minerals

Top Tweets
Federal agencies move to protect climate science from political interference
Amid LNG’s Gulf Coast expansion, community hopes to stand in its way
US oil trade group challenges Biden administration's EV mandate in court
Trump anti-climate energy policies
Newsletter
Ohio enforces stricter measures on oil and gas drilling rights on private properties

Ohio enforces stricter measures on oil and gas drilling rights on private properties

Ohio sees a surge in forced land use for oil and gas extraction despite property owners' resistance.

Kathiann M. Kowalski reports for Energy News Network.

Keep reading...Show less
Newsletter
Seaweed explored as a potential source for green-energy minerals

Seaweed explored as a potential source for green-energy minerals

Exploring the seas for sustainability, U.S. scientists are testing seaweed as a possible miner of key minerals needed for green energy.

Moira Donovan reports for Hakai Magazine.

Keep reading...Show less
Newsletter
electric vehicle logo

Fear of Chinese dominance looms over Biden Treasury Department’s next rule on electric car tax credits

Guidance from the Treasury Department will spell out how hard a line the U.S. is drawing against electric vehicles with battery parts or minerals sourced from China.

deep sea mining climate water
Photo by Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash

Can we mine the world’s deep ocean without destroying it?

The U.N. body charged with regulating deep-ocean mining will soon consider whether to permit the first project to move forward. But ecologist Lisa Levin, who has long studied the deep sea, worries that in the rush for key minerals, a pristine and important ecosystem will be lost.
There are 280 billion tons of mining waste. This startup is putting it to good use

There are 280 billion tons of mining waste. This startup is putting it to good use

Phoenix Tailings uses new technology to get key minerals out of mining waste.
electric vehicles climate biden

Biden administration begins $3 billion plan for electric car batteries

The Biden administration is planning a major shift to electric vehicles, but experts say it requires a secure, resilient supply of critical minerals.
ORIGINAL REPORTING
MOST POPULAR
CLIMATE