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Europe’s pursuit of raw material independence and mining industry’s regulatory challenges

The European Commission is swiftly addressing Europe's reliance on imported raw materials, but industry concerns loom over the continued use of 'hazard-based assessments' for...

EU’s Mineral Deal with Rwanda sparks controversy over conflict resources

As the European Union and Rwanda finalize a deal aimed at securing a stable supply of essential minerals for green technologies, concerns arise over...

Navigating the CRMA: Europe’s roadmap to raw material sustainability

After the CRMA becomes law, a series of targets, assessments, and reviews will guide its implementation. Within 9 months of enactment, single points of contact...

Navigating Europe’s resource stability: An examination of the EU’s Critical Raw Materials Act

The CRMA sets forth specific mandates for Strategic Raw Materials (SRMs) within the EU. By 2030, 10% of the EU's annual consumption must be...

Implementing the Critical Raw Materials Act: The EU’s international initiatives

The European Commission's push to implement the Critical Raw Materials Act (CRMA) underscores the urgent need to address the EU's heavy reliance on insecure...

Eurometaux President calls for urgent action on Critical Raw Materials Act to strengthen Europe’s metal resilience

Evangelos Mytilineos, President of Eurometaux, stresses the urgency of implementing the Critical Raw Materials Act to ensure Europe's ability to navigate the energy and...

Sweden’s critical role in Europe’s rare metal supply chain security

As Europe endeavors to achieve its climate and sustainability objectives while reducing dependence on a single dominant power, particularly in the realm of rare...

Ireland Strategic Investment Fund allocates €30m to sustainable mining initiatives

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) has unveiled a €30m investment into the Irish Minerals Fund, a vehicle dedicated to sustainable mining projects in...

Serbia and EU forge strategic partnership on critical raw materials and electric vehicles

In September, Serbia and the European Commission entered into a Letter of Intent aimed at establishing a strategic partnership in critical raw materials and...
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