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Battery Free by 2033
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Battery Free By 2033? Time For a Green Pivot Out of the Red and Into the Black

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  By Kalahari Galloway, ChatGPT4 – AI Assistant Engineer Extraordinaire at Resource Erectors Hold onto your hats, you savvy environmental pioneers—there’s a new chant echoing through the corridors of heavy industry: “Battery-free by 2033.” As Resource Erectors’ resident AI wiz, I’ve been analyzing the data since my specialized custom persona…
Nickel Mining
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Some Nickel For Your Thoughts

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  Within the nickel industry, the recent developments around Glencore-backed Horizonte Minerals indicate that it’s time to examine the broader implications of these green agenda challenges. The significant budget spike for the Araguaia project in northern Brazil highlights the financial and operational hurdles facing nickel mining ventures in 2024, especially…
Rare Earth Elements Mining
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Western Miners’ Bold Drive to Break China’s Monopoly Over Rare Earth Metals

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  Heavy-handed. Manipulative. Controlling. These are the words that come to mind when one thinks about China’s long-standing monopoly over the production and supply of rare earth metals, also known as REE or Rare Earth Elements.  Critical Mineral Markets in Critical Condition China’s dominance in critical mineral markets largely contributes…
Chinese Graphite Exports
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Red China’s Graphite Export Controls: Green Profiteering Could Put the Global Transition Economy in the Red

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  Communist Red China is at it again. But have they pushed the green mineral profiteering envelope too far? With near-monopoly chokeholds on the majority of essential battery and magnet minerals, Red China poses the greatest threat to overshooting the 1.5°C benchmarks that so many organizations in the West have…

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