Rio Tinto’s decision to go public with a self-damning report into its workplace culture should be a watershed moment for a wider mining industry aiming to be seen as the “good guys”, helping to drive the world’s energy transition. It was no doubt a courageous decision by Rio (RIO.AX) , the world’s biggest miner of iron ore and a top copper producer, to release a report that makes extremely uncomfortable reading, unveiling a culture riddled with sexual harassment, bullying and racism. But the big question for Rio, and its peers such as BHP Group (BHP.AX) , Anglo American (AAL.L) , Glencore (GLEN.L) and Vale (VALE3.SA) , is what the industry does to tackle the issues, and how will it build a […]