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Securing Europe’s critical raw materials: Addressing funding challenges for sustainable extraction

Bernd Schäfer, CEO of EIT Raw Materials, advocates for substantial investment in Europe's mining sector following the implementation of the Critical Raw Materials Act...

Nickel mining and the green energy challenge: Balancing supply with environmental responsibility

Nickel is poised as a critical element in the global shift towards green energy, yet its extraction poses significant environmental challenges, recently highlighted by...

EU faces challenges in meeting rare earth mineral targets, jeopardizing Net Zero goals and increasing dependency on China

The European Union (EU) is facing significant challenges in meeting its targets for rare earth minerals, according to production forecasts reported by Reuters. Failure to...

Rönnbäcken project eyes strategic status to bolster EU’s Critical Raw Materials supply

Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" or the "Company") is advancing its nickel-cobalt project Rönnbäcken, which holds Europe's largest known unexploited nickel resource. The...

Securing Europe’s energy future: Addressing strategic dependencies in critical raw materials through ownership insights

The energy transition requires vast quantities of critical raw materials (CRMs), many of which are mined and processed in countries that are geographically and...

EU confronts hurdles in reaching rare earths targets under new mineral legislation

The EU faces significant challenges in meeting its ambitious goals to boost domestic output of critical minerals and reduce dependence on China, as outlined...

La Rochelle’s rare earth plant: Solvay’s strategy to reignite Europe’s mineral independence

Solvay, the current owner of a once-prominent rare earth processing plant in La Rochelle, France, is taking ambitious steps to rejuvenate the facility and...

EU strengthens critical mineral partnerships with DRC and Zambia to enhance supply chain resilience

In October 2023, at the Global Gateway Forum in Brussels, the European Union (EU) Commission made significant strides in securing its critical raw materials...

Sweden’s strategic Initiative in Europe’s rare metal supply chain: Sustainability goals and geopolitical shifts

Europe's pursuit of climate and sustainability targets, coupled with a desire to reduce dependency on a single autocratic superpower, underscores the critical need for...
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