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Navigating Europe’s quest for energy security: Implications for Africa’s raw material supply

Facing an unprecedented energy crisis triggered by supply disruptions and soaring prices, the European Union (EU) finds itself in urgent need of alternative energy...

Forging a sustainable future: The trajectory of Indonesia’s nickel industry

President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's vision to position Indonesia as a global hub for electric vehicle (EV) battery production has thrust the nation's mining commodities,...

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s environmental crusade: Standing against corporate exploitation

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, ordinary citizens are rallying together to combat industrial projects that threaten their environment. This grassroots movement, gaining momentum across the...

Charting new waters: Norway’s dive into deep-sea mining

In the depths of the Norwegian seabed, a towering robotic tripod kicks up sand as it drills, poised to collect samples from one of...

Kyrgyzstan’s uranium mining debate: Weighing economic benefits against environmental concerns

Kyrgyzstan is contemplating lifting the moratorium on uranium and thorium mining, imposed in 2019 following the Kyzyl-Ompol field scandal. The Ministry of Natural Resources,...

Saudi Arabia’s role in green energy: Harnessing precious metals and minerals for sustainable mining

With a wealth of precious metals and minerals estimated at US$2.5 trillion, Saudi Arabia's state-owned Ma'aden is making significant strides in its mining operations....

Balancing mining expansion in the Philippines: Meeting green energy demands while protecting the environment

Amidst the Philippines' efforts to increase mining activities to meet the global demand for metals crucial for green energy transition, environmental advocates are urging...

Rebuilding shorelines with environmental conservation in mind

Amidst a winter marked by fierce storms and flooding, particularly in late December, extensive damage has been inflicted upon the protective sand dunes and...

Environmental controversies surrounding Rio Tinto: Allegations of non-disclosure and Brazilian operations scrutinized

Reports reveal that Rio Tinto's aluminum division in Quebec has been subject to over 100 environmental infractions over the past 15 years, with fines...
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