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Pioneering sustainable and gender-equal mining: EBRD’s €13.6 million loan to Procaneq

The recent partnership between the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Moroccan mining services company Procaneq is a significant step towards promoting...

Resurgence in european mining: Meeting the demand for green technologies

Europe is facing a pivotal moment in its quest for sustainable resource independence. The Financial Times reported on Tuesday that after a hiatus of...

Ghana’s $450M joint venture manganese refinery project: A green milestone in EV battery supply chain

The Ghanaian government has revealed its proposal for a joint venture manganese refinery project valued at US$450 million. This collaborative effort involves the Ghana...

Saudi Arabia’s riches: A $2.5 trillion valuation of mineral reserves

Saudi’s mining magnet, state-owned Ma’aden, has recently uncovered significant gold alongside its Mansourah Massarah gold mine. This is the first of its kind from the company’s...

Zijin Mining: “We are the first in Serbia to apply the SA 8000 standard”

As stated, this standard regulates the absence of child and forced labor, occupational health and safety, freedom of association and the right to collective...

How raw material prices will impact costs in 2024

In this article, we delve into the 2024 market outlook for three key materials used in fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) production – paper packaging...

Researchers are developing batteries that can charge faster

Researchers take next step towards better, more sustainable batteries made with widely available materials. TU Delft researchers are developing batteries that can charge faster, offer...

European lithium mines, Reconciliation of mining projects and environmental requirements

Europe’s Green Transition, a plan to make the bloc’s economy climate neutral by 2050, required Serbia’s fertile Jadar Valley, where locals grow raspberries and...

Europe, Lithium’s green potential

“Lithium and rare earths will soon be more important than oil and gas", European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said last September. The Commission...
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