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World Bank indicated that graphite, lithium, and cobalt production must increase by more than 450% by 2050

Last year, the World Bank indicated that graphite, lithium, and cobalt production must increase by more than 450% by 2050 to meet the demand...

Europe needs to shift the focus away from mining certain metals

While certain metals, like lithium and cobalt, are essential for decarbonisation, Europe needs to shift the focus away from mining these materials towards reducing...

China’s dominance of strategic resources

Cobalt and germanium are all both rare ores and vital for the production of everyday items like smartphones, solar panels and electric vehicles. The European...

EU lithium and cobalt demand becoming harsh reality for metal-rich countries

The European Commission estimates that for electric vehicle batteries and energy storage, it will need up to 18 times more lithium and five times...

Latitude 66 Cobalt finds fourth largest European cobalt deposit in Finland

In the eastern part of Lapland in Finland, Australian-Finnish mining company Latitude 66 Cobalt has found the fourth-largest cobalt deposit in Europe, with the...

Finland’s mining of the raw minerals for batteries sparks environmental concerns

Finland is the only EU country whose bedrock is known to contain all the major battery minerals -- including cobalt and lithium -- and...

Finnish-Australian cobalt mining company applies to mine 5700 square km of land in Finland

A Finnish-Australian mining company, Latitude 66 Cobalt, has applied to conduct cobalt mining operations in a territory spanning 5700 square kilometres in northeastern Finland. The...
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