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Balancing Serbia’s lithium wealth with environmental responsibilities

Serbia's aggressive foreign policy stance towards its neighbors is matched by its valuable lithium reserves, estimated to account for about 1.3 percent of global...

Savannah Resources reports significant resource upgrade for Barroso lithium project in Portugal

Savannah Resources has recently announced a substantial upgrade to the resource estimate for its Barroso lithium project in Portugal, with 93% of the resources...

Lepidico’s Karibib lithium project: Enhancing resource base for sustainable growth

Lepidico is eyeing an extension of the operating life of its Karibib project in Namibia to more than 20 years, with a focus on...

European Lithium bolsters holdings with acquisition of Leinster lithium project

Europe's increasing demand for base metals and battery materials, driven by its shift towards clean energy systems, has spurred the formation of the Critical...

Rio Tinto’s $350M investment boosts Rincon lithium project, elevates Argentina’s lithium industry

Rio Tinto's significant investment of US$350 million into the Rincon lithium project in Argentina marks a substantial commitment to the development of lithium resources....

Avalon Advanced Materials secures $15 million investment for lithium facility expansion

Avalon Advanced Materials has recently inked a $15 million funding deal with Lind Global Fund II, managed by The Lind Partners, a reputable New...

Raiden Resources initiates archaeological survey for Andover North Lithium Project

Raiden Resources has announced plans to conduct an archaeological heritage survey for its Andover North Lithium Project in the western Pilbara region of Western...

Finland, Sibanye-Stillwater has received an environmental permit for the Rapasaari mine and Päiväneva concentrator at the Keliber lithium project

This permit has been issued by the Regional State Administrative Agency for Western and Inland Finland. The firm submitted two separate permit applications for the...

Serbia stomps on Rio Tinto’s lithium mining project

In Serbia, Rio Tinto then faced a rude shock. The Serbian government, having praised the potential of the Jadar project for some years, abruptly...
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