Resourcing the energy transition: are green mines the key?
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The International Energy Agency released a report in 2021, outlining the critical role minerals will play in the energy transition. The report highlighted the startling mismatch between the world’s climate ambitions and the availability of critical metals & minerals needed to realize a clean energy economy. 

This is the second of two episodes exploring the future of mining, with this episode focusing on green mines; are they the key to resourcing the energy transition and will mining ultimately decarbonise the world?


1:17 How do we make green mines a reality?

05:54 Innovations modernising mining

13:32 Combining strategy with sustainability

17:40 Urgent call to action

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