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Rockfire unearths promising polymetallic deposit in Greece, shaping Europe’s critical raw material landscape

Norway has affirmed its backing for the United Nations Biodiversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) Treaty, commonly known as the High Seas Treaty,...

Charting the course for advanced materials dominance through graphene and innovations

The demand for high-tech materials, particularly graphene, is soaring as its potential applications in batteries, quantum computers, medical technology, military, and space technology are...

Securing a sustainable flow of essential minerals: Strategies for the European Union

Mining giant Glencore has been extracting copper in the Peruvian province of Espinar for more than a decade. During that time, the presence of...

Only solution is to form an independent body which will take a role in evaluating the Jadar project and its importance for Serbia

Probably the only solution is to form an independent body, as Dr. Branislav Simonović stated in one text, composed of experts, representatives of the...

EU outlines new Critical Raw Minerals Act

The European Commission has announced the Critical Raw Minerals Act as the bloc competes in the green energy transition. The European Commission (EC) has outlined...

Europe, “Lithium and rare earths will soon be more important than oil and gas”

The Commission chief pronounced these words as Europe was reeling from an energy crisis accelerated by Russia' war in Ukraine and which led to...
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