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Consequences of mining: Bosnia’s forests in peril

The forest surrounding Vares is not just a collection of trees but a vital habitat for wildlife, including bears and wolves. However, activists are...

Bosnia’s mineral resources: Navigating profit and environmental preservation

The strategic significance of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to the European Union (EU) lies in its abundant mineral reserves, which are seen as pivotal...

Adriatic Metals assumes operations at Rupice deposit within Vares silver mine

Adriatic Metals is assuming control as the operator of the Rupice deposit development, a vital component of the Vares silver mine located in central...

Renewal in Bosnia and Herzegovina: New mine brings economic opportunities alongside environmental worries

After spending five years abroad, Anto Marcic has come back to his village near Vares in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He's launched a transportation firm,...

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...

Adriatic Metals BiH successfully produces first ore concentrate in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Vares project

On February 27th, 2024, Adriatic Metals BiH proudly announced the successful production of the inaugural ore concentrate within the Vares project in Bosnia and Herzegovina....

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Can Adriatic Metals walk the walk when its Vares silver mine becomes a producer

You could be forgiven for thinking plenty about Adriatic Metals seems a little unfashionable. Its flagship Vares project is rich in silver, a precious metal...
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