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Ensuring sustainable raw material supply chains: A call for action from EU Trade Union leaders

Claes Mikael Stahl, Deputy General Secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), and Judith Kirton-Darling, General Secretary of IndustriAll Europe, emphasize the critical...

Exploring the strategic implications: Graphite and the European Union’s Critical Raw Materials Act

The European Commission's Critical Raw Materials Act (CRMA) has retained battery-grade graphite on its list of strategic raw materials in its final version, reflecting...

Heraeus Remloy’s innovative approach: Recycling magnets for a sustainable future

As demand for magnets, particularly those made from rare earths like neodymium, continues to soar across various industries, the need for sustainable production methods...

EU’s strategic shift and environmental challenges in Southeast Europe

The European Union's shift in strategy is reverberating negatively across Southeast Europe, with metal extraction posing significant risks to both the environment and local...

Balancing Serbia’s lithium wealth with environmental responsibilities

Serbia's aggressive foreign policy stance towards its neighbors is matched by its valuable lithium reserves, estimated to account for about 1.3 percent of global...

Consequences of mining: Bosnia’s forests in peril

The forest surrounding Vares is not just a collection of trees but a vital habitat for wildlife, including bears and wolves. However, activists are...

Bosnia’s mineral resources: Navigating profit and environmental preservation

The strategic significance of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to the European Union (EU) lies in its abundant mineral reserves, which are seen as pivotal...

Demystifying rare earth element pricing: Confronting valuation and investment challenges

The realm of rare earth elements (REEs) is indispensable to various modern technologies, ranging from smartphones to electric vehicles. However, despite their critical role,...

EU’s pioneering ‘Urban Mining’ initiative: Unveiling valuable resources within waste streams

In a landmark move, expert organizations have collaborated to establish the first-ever European database aimed at extracting valuable materials through "urban mining." The Urban...
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