Miners target funds to spread the message on coal
Mining giants are targeting Australia's most influential superannuation funds to convince them that coal is here to stay in a dramatic escalation of a strike against environmentalists campaigning for the divestment of fossil fuel assets.
The Australian can reveal that the Minerals Council of Australia -- whose members include BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Glencore -- has been pitching the case for coal to more than 1000 powerbrokers at big investors....
This week, the director of Oxford University's Stranded Assets Program, Ben Caldecott, starts a speaking tour in Australia
- ANU Crawford School talk