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Challenging lithium mining: Serbia’s fight for environmental justice and sustainable futures

In recent years, lithium has emerged as a pivotal material in the dual transitions towards digitalization and environmental sustainability. It's a cornerstone of conventional...

Expansion deal: Afarak acquires Serbian magnesite mines from Magnohrom

Afarak, a Finnish alloy producer, has finalized an agreement to purchase mining rights for magnesite mines from the Serbian refractory material producer Magnohrom, which...

Study for a Nonexistent Project

The study was conducted for the nonexistent Jadar project, which the Government of Serbia canceled in 2022. Therefore, these are internal documents of Rio...

Serbian lithium: Evolving geopolitical dynamics and strategic implications

In recent developments surrounding Serbian lithium, the once-closed chapter under former Prime Minister Ana Brnabić's administration has been reopened. Initially heralded as the end...

Strickland Metals finalizes acquisition of Serbian gold project with 5.4 million ounces, initiates major drilling program

Strickland Metals has recently completed the acquisition of the extensive Rogozna gold and base metal project in Serbia, a significant development in the company's...

Serbia sees mass protests against lithium mining amid fears of environmental damage

The protest against the controversial lithium mining project in western Serbia reflects a deep-seated tension between environmental concerns and economic ambitions. Thousands of demonstrators,...

Serbian environmental group urges EU leaders to oppose support for Jadar valley lithium mining

The Association of Environmental Organizations of Serbia (SEOS) has strongly opposed the European Union's potential backing of the Jadar lithium mining project in a...

Rio Tinto assures safety of Jadar mine project amid environmental concerns in Serbia

Rio Tinto is adamant that its newly released draft environmental impact assessments prove the safety of its planned lithium extraction at the Jadar mine...

After the elections, anything is possible

Although the opening of the lithium mine was halted in 2022 by a government decision, it seems likely that the company Rio Tinto and...
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