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Concerns mount over Rio Tinto’s persistent investments in ‘Jadar’ lithium project despite cancellation

Representatives from the March from the Drina movement and the "Đorđević" law office have disclosed that Rio Sava, a subsidiary of Rio Tinto in...

European Investment Bank throws weight behind vulcan energy’s Zero Carbon Lithium project

Vulcan Energy Resources has received a significant vote of confidence for its lithium development endeavors, as the European Investment Bank (EIB) is poised to...

Rio Tinto has spent more than a million euros on land in Serbia at the proposed site of a lithium mine that was eventually...

A BIRN investigation shows that Rio Tinto has spent more than a million euros on land in Serbia at the proposed site of a...

Serbia, The real plans of the Jadar project

Europe’s largest lithium mine The Jadar lithium project is Europe’s largest lithium mine, with a supposed $2.4 billion fund from Rio Tinto. The said lithium...

Europe, Cornwall set for lithium mining boom

Forecasts suggest the UK will require around 80,000 tons of lithium a year by 2030, but almost 40 percent of that could come from...

Politicians in Serbia are lobbying for Rio Tinto which is accused of corruption

“If we link that news to the fact that the politicians in power are lobbying so much for one Rio Tinto project after numerous...

European Lithium has made a big statement in its bid to become the first on-shore producer of lithium hydroxide

Backed by an offtake deal with BMW, a definitive feasibility study released by European Lithium today shows the mine and downstream processing operation will generate...

Serbia, Jadar is a project that will have to do with the modern economy

The United States Ambassador to Serbia, Christopher Hill, said that Rio Tinto is not just an ordinary mining project because it will have connections with...

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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