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Residents of Sangihe Island in Indonesia have won a lawsuit against a company planning to mine gold on their island.
Nickel facility Kolaka, Sulawesi, Indonesia
With Chinese companies having invested heavily in Indonesian nickel, greening the sector is vitally important.
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Illegal logging appears to be taking place openly inside a swath of protected forest that authorities in Cambodia have only authorised for a feasibility study for limestone mining.
Jharkhand is home to India’s largest coal reserves with about 300,000 people directly dependent on mining for their livelihood.
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#rare earths Opinion

Saltwater beach
Salt water is literally the most common substance on the surface of Earth, and could be the key to a more sustainable future, writes University of Queensland's Timothy Duignan.
Scavengers pick through garbage collected at a landfill site in Thailand.
Each year more than 300 tonnes of processed gold are dumped in landfills. What if we could mine landfills for gold and other precious metals, ask researchers from Keele University.
What's in your smartphone?
Do you know what it takes to make the smartphone in your hand?
A child looks up at wind turbines
A world powered by renewable energy will prize a very different set of resources than we do today. Which countries hold the key to unlocking wind and solar energy, and how will this shake up the world order? University of Swansea's Andrew Barron discusses.
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#rare earths Videos

hydrogen powered homes
A Thai firm has built the country's first homes that runs on solar power for 24 hours a day, using a hybrid of solar PV panels and fuel cells.
dead ev battery
Japanese firms venture into solar energy storage using discarded electric vehicle batteries, complementing the country's move to continue building more solar power plants.
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#rare earths Podcasts

Nodules on the deep sea floor
Pro-miners argue that deep-sea mining is essential to enable the energy transition. On the Eco-Business podcast, Sian Owen of the Deep Sea Conservation Coalition argues why nature's last frontier should be protected, not exploited.
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