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Coal trade issue of China and Australia hurting Mongolia’s environment

Last year China turned its back on Australian coal; in October, customs officials in China began rejecting shipments of coking coal from Australia. Beijing...

Revaluation of Romania’s enormous mineral wealth

At the level of the National Agency for Mineral Resources (NAMR) a quantitative, qualitative and value revaluation action is in full swing, for over...

Coal sector will have decrease in production this year in EU

The COVID-19 pandemic and its economic consequences has already resulted in a significant decline of coal demand in the EU, forcing many leading local...

Coalmine Pljevlja in Montenegro recorded higher net profit in 2019

Pljevlja coalmine’s operating income reached 47.17 million euros at the end of December 2019, which is by 9.1 % more than in in 2018,...

Polish and Czech dispute over Polish lignite mine and power plant

Poland has some of the worst air quality in the European Union, so it is no wonder why Poland’s planned expansion of its Turów...

How valuable is Kosovo’s mineral wealth?

One of the present myths in the public is that NATO countries have supported the war in Kosovo in order to own the inexhaustible...

Serbia: A neoliberal blast on mining

The results of the operation of modern mineral raw materials business arrangements are visible, and the good will not come by itself, it should...

What Are The Major Natural Resources Of Macedonia?

Iron ore, copper, zinc, etc., are some of the major natural resources of North Macedonia.   Macedonia, officially known as the Republic of North Macedonia, is...

Climate Activists Invade East German Coal Mines in Protest

Climate activists protested at open-pit coal mines in eastern Germany, pouring onto the premises to urge the government to immediately halt the use of...
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