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'Too many' similar ESG standards, says head of BHP

During the opening panel discussion at the IEA Summit on Critical Minerals and Clean Energy in Paris, BHP's chief executive explained that the industry needs "a small set of common [ESG] standards upheld by all."

Henry calls for a collaborative approach to building common global standards with good governance.

Henry calls for a collaborative approach to building common global standards with good governance.

Speaking at the IEA's first-ever international summit on critical minerals and their role in clean energy transitions, which was also live-streamed via YouTube, Mike Henry, BHP's CEO, said, "Too many standards...

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