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Trump orders increased mining of rare

Oct 01, 2020The US imported 80 percent of its rare-earth materials and metals last year from China, the order said, calling the reliance "concerning." "Our dependence on one country, the People's

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Rare earth supply disruptions have long

May 21, 2021From phones to fighter jets, a range of devices and machines rely on rare earth elements that are mined and refined largely in China. Disruptions to this supply can have wide-ranging consequences, but the understanding of how those disruptions

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The Dirty Truth About Green Batteries

Apr 17, 2019The Dirty Truth About Green Batteries. If we're going to avoid the worst consequences of climate change, we'll need an energy revolution. Specifically, we need to replace our dirty, fossil

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U.S. Hostage to China for Rare Earth Minerals

Jan 04, 2011U.S. Hostage to China for Rare Earth Minerals. by William F. Jasper January 4, 2011. President Obama and his fellow enthusiasts for "green technology" have stumbled into a

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Supply Chains Critical CleanTech Shortages

Jun 04, 2021Disruptions to rare earth supplies can have wide-ranging consequences, as they are essential to many emerging technologies, including those

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China's ion

China's ion-adsorption rare earth resources, mining consequences and preservation X. Jin Yanga,n, Aijun Lina, Xiao-Liang Lib, Yiding Wuc, Wenbin Zhoud, Zhanheng Chene a Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing 100029, China b Department of Environmental Economics, Chinese Academy for Environmental Planning, Beijing

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The dystopian lake filled by the world's tech lust

Apr 02, 2015In 1950, before rare earth mining started in earnest, the city had a population of 97,000. Today, the population is more than two-and-a-half million. There is only one reason for this huge influx

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Environmental Cost of Refineries

Rare earth element ores tend to contain a range of different metals in their structure, including aluminum, arsenic, barium, beryllium, cadmium, cobalt, copper, lead, manganese, and zinc. These are the most harmful metals that are found in rare earth mines, and are separated from the ores during the refining process, as well as allowed into the

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Reducing the health risks of the copper, rare earth and

(copper, rare earth elements and cobalt) and how impacts can be reduced through the transition to a circular, low-carbon economy. Performance in the global industry is extremely variable.

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A clean way to extract rare earth metals

Jun 17, 2016Rare earth metals are used in everything from wind turnbines to cells phone, electric cars and precision weapons (Image courtesy of Wikicommons) Rare earth metals — those 17 chemically similar elements at the bottom of the periodic table — are in almost every piece of technology we use from cell phones to wind turbines to electric cars.

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Environmental Damage

Environmental Damage. brief one. Throughout the cycle of mining processes that rare earth elements go through, there is potential for negative effects on the environment. Extracting rare earth elements begins with mining. This is followed by the refining

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Rare Earths

Jul 22, 2014Rare earths are a set of 17 chemical elements in the periodic table, specifically 57 through 71. Additionally, there are two more elements, scandium and yttrium, that are considered rare earth elements because they tend to occur in the same ore deposits and exhibit similar chemical properties.

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An Overview of Rare Earth Elements and Related Issues for

Nov 24, 2020The rare earth elements (REE) are a commonly recognized group of 17 elements included in the list of critical minerals identified by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) pursuant to Executive have significant consequences for our economy or our national security.3 The E.O. directs the Secretary of the Interior, who in turn directs the USGS, to

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Biden Plans to Import Critical Minerals Needed for Forced

Jun 04, 2021Measured and indicated resources of rare earths in the United States are estimated at 2.7 million tons. While the United States has reserves of rare-earth elements in California and other Western states, those reserves have been "undercut" by low-production costs in China due to far less environmental regulation.

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Rare earths outside China: Researchers identify new deposits

Mar 11, 2021Rare earth elements are the gold of the 21st century: rare and highly prized all over the world. Most known and economically viable sources of rare earths are

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Rare Earth Magnet Manufacturing Production Tax Credit Act

Aug 13, 2021H.R. 5033. To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to establish a credit for the domestic production of rare earth magnets, and for other purposes. In GovTrack.us, a database of bills in the U.S. Congress.

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Cobalt and Lithium Two Demons That Will Haunt Climate

Jan 03, 2021Mining of copper, iron ore and rare earth minerals also involve similar environmental consequences. All three are essential in solar power plants and electric cars that are

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What are rare earth elements, and why are they important

Rare earth elements are an essential part of many high-tech devices. The U.S. Geological Survey news release Going Critical explains: Rare-earth elements (REE) are necessary components of more than 200 products across a wide range of applications, especially high-tech consumer products, such as cellular telephones, computer hard drives

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Rare Earth Elements Pose Environmental, Economic Risks for

Jul 27, 2021So mining of any natural resources always poses environmental consequences on the area where the resources are mined, but what is really challenging for rare earth elements is the refining process, because of what Oscar also mentioned, the low concentrations of rare earths.

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Harvesting the Rare Earth – We Make Money Not Art

Mar 10, 2017Jacob Remin, Harvesting the Rare Earth (Still from Jacob Remin's drone footage of Agbogbloshie e-waste dump), 2017. Jacob Remin's latest artwork, Harvesting the Rare Earth, explores the REEs supply issue, while laying bare the consequences of our addiction to technology and reminding us that our cloud based,

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Global Times Backpedal On Financial Times Rare Earth

Feb 26, 2021Strong Rare Earth prices, as well as real or perceived disruptions in supply, may create economic incentives to identify or create alternate technologies that ultimately could depress future long-term demand for Rare Earths. with predictable consequences for rare earth prices.

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Biden Lets China Grab World's Biggest Lithium Deposits

Aug 18, 2021Rare earth metals are important for most advanced industries, from electric vehicles to satellites. The Financial Times reported in February that Beijing is planning export curbs on rare earths

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Amid Tension, China Blocks Vital Exports to Japan

Sep 23, 2010The official said, however, that the Japanese government has repeatedly asked China to not restrict its exports of rare earth elements, citing the severe consequences

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Rare earth element abundances in apatite in the Bushveld

Feb 01, 2014The interpretation was in part based on our discovery of distinct differences in the rare earth element (REE) contents of apatite of each layer (our figure1). In taking issue with this hypothesis, Cawthorn (2013) made several assertions that are either inconsistent with observation, misleading, or misrepresent our data.

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Malaysia's Rare Earth Debate – The Diplomat

Jan 10, 2019The customs war between China and the United States has affected countless facets of the world economy, but the consequences for the trade in rare earth

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Lithium, Cobalt, And Rare Earths

May 20, 2021Rare-earth elements encompass a group of 17 metallic substances scattered across the Earth's surface but rarely found in mineable concentrations. Among them, several are essential for future green-energy solutions, including dysprosium, lanthanum, neodymium, and terbium.

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China's Ion

Request PDF | On Oct 1, 2013, X. Jin Yang and others published China's Ion-adsorption Rare Earth Resources, Mining Consequences and Preservation | Find, read and cite

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Critical Materials Rare Earths Supply Chain: A Situational

Critical Materials Rare Earths Supply Chain: A Situational White Paper. 4 DOE is the lead for Call to Action 1 of the Federal Strategy. As such DOE implementation will achieve the following goals, in coordination with broad Federal agency input. 8, which support the Calls to Action above:

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America's critical minerals problem has gone from bad to worse

May 02, 2018The nation's only domestic rare earth producer was forced into bankruptcy in 2015 after China suddenly restricted exports and subsequently flooded the market with rare earth elements.

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Rare earth supply disruptions have long

May 21, 2021Many devices rely on rare earth elements. Disruptions to supplies have consequences. Argonne analyzed potential disruptions with a computer model called Global Critical Materials to forecast rare

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A Visit to the Only American Mine for Rare Earth Metals

Feb 21, 2012Rare earths are used in a wide variety of electronics and clean energy technology. Somewhat counterintuitively, rare earths are not rare in the earth's crust; however, they tend to

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Mined into extinction: is the world running out of

Apr 09, 2017Rare earth elements are much more important than they were 30 years ago and are indispensible in technologies such as smartphones, wind turbines and hybrid cars. "Other changes have only recently started developing; for example, the expansion of the world's electric car fleet promises to greatly increase the need for lithium.

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