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Latest Mining News

Supreme Court decision allows controversial mining concession in Kallak, Sweden

On June 25, Sweden’s Supreme Administrative Court upheld the 2022 decision by the previous Swedish government to grant an exploitation concession for a mine...

Advancing sustainability: Shaping a circular battery economy for the energy transition

From the catastrophic Brumadinho dam collapse in Brazil claiming nearly 300 lives to the desecration of sacred Aboriginal sites at Juukan Gorge in Australia,...

Unlocking Greenland’s strategic mineral potential for transatlantic energy security

In the global race for green resources, the United States and the European Union have an opportunity to collaborate on Greenland's substantial mineral wealth....

Minstroy acquires majority stake in Macedonian lead and zinc mines, initiating restart plans

Bulgarian mining and construction company Minstroy has successfully acquired a majority stake in the dormant lead and zinc mines, Zletovo and Toranica, located in...

Advancing sustainable mining solutions in Norway: Betolar and Norge Mineraler AS collaborate

Norge Mining, an Anglo-Norwegian mineral exploration company with substantial critical raw material resources in southwest Norway, has announced a strategic partnership. Betolar and its...
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BASF and Eramet withdraw from Indonesian nickel project due to indigenous concerns

On June 24, BASF and Eramet announced their decision to cancel a major green energy project in Indonesia, citing concerns over its impact on...

Argentina’s copper industry: Navigating challenges amid the global energy shift

The southern and central ranges of the Andes, spanning southern Peru, northern Chile and north-western and centre-west Argentina, constitute one of the world’s richest...

Navigating the energy transition: Impacts on indigenous lands and inclusive research strategies

The shift to sustainable energy is crucial for our future, but it requires a significant increase in the extraction of minerals and the generation...
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