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Nevada Grapples with Lithium Mining Dilemma Amid Push for Green Energy

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More than 80 lithium projects are proposed in Nevada, but there’s no state-level plan to manage mining impacts on communities and the environment.

Conservation groups urge lawmakers to create a rule-making process for lithium mining to minimize conflicts in sensitive areas.

The Center for Biological Diversity suggests a study to identify lithium resources with minimal environmental impact.

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