By Jay Leary
Mining is a significant driver in the advancement of communities. As the world begins its slow transition to decarbonisation, the production of green technology needs to significantly increase and mining plays a central role in this revolution.
To produce the items needed to transition, the world needs to supercharge the production of minerals such as:
- copper (used in almost every technological device),
- nickel (used in batteries, phones, computers),
- cobalt (used in advanced tools and lithium-ion storage batteries)
- and rare earth minerals (used in a range of green technologies such as wind turbines and solar panels, as well as in electronic equipment).
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