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“Financial Times” publishes letter from 40 Serbian experts on Rio Tinto: We are not geopolitical pawns on Europe’s periphery

"Financial Times" published a letter signed by more than 40 experts and civil society organizations from Serbia in response to an article titled "Serbia...

Easpring Finland’s environmentally-friendly proposal: Establishing cathode active material plant in Kotka

Easpring Finland New Materials Oy, a joint venture between Finnish Minerals Group and Beijing Easpring Material Technology Co., Ltd., has recently applied for an...

Exploring the socioeconomic effects of Talga’s graphite mine in Nunasvaara, Sweden

Since Talga, an Australian mining company, announced its plans to open a graphite mine in Nunasvaara, Sweden, residents in nearby Vittangi have been questioning...

Harmonizing green tech and mining: Finding the balance

The technologies crucial for combating the climate crisis ironically rely on an industry with a tarnished environmental track record. Mining, notorious for excessive water...

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...

Grangex’s ambitious plans for Sydvaranger mine

During a recent visit to Kirkenes, the northern Norwegian border town, Lindquist emphasized the crucial role of a unique ore in driving the green...

European green transition set to launch on London’s junior market for green investments

European Green Transition (EGT), an investment firm specializing in critical metals mining and renewable energy, intends to debut on London's junior market, AIM. The...

EU’s green transition: Final approval for critical raw materials strategy

On Monday (18 March), the Council of the EU granted its final approval for a strategy aimed at ensuring a sustainable supply of critical...

Driving the green revolution: Aluminium’s crucial role, challenges and recycling opportunities

In the pursuit of a greener future, aluminium stands as a pivotal player, revolutionizing industries by enhancing product efficiency through weight reduction. This versatile...
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