Large mining companies and juniors set to profit as copper crosses ten-year high, shows little sign of stopping

The price of copper hit its highest level since 2011 this week, as the impact of the global response and the resumption of the coronavirus crisis continued to unfold across the broader economic environment. As it stands, supply is just about keeping up with demand, but with strikes in the …

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Possible tornadoes damage 97 buildings in central Japan

SHIZUOKA (Kyodo) – A total of 97 structures in a city in central Japan were confirmed to have been damaged on Sunday, a day after strong gusts of wind ravaged the area, although no serious injuries were reported. reported, according to local officials. Weather authorities said they were investigating the …

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Boris Johnson warned of flaws in Green Revolution plan – UK risks losing opportunity | Politics | New

Center for Brexit Policy think tank chief executive John Longworth has warned the UK could squander opportunities for a green revolution without a comprehensive plan. In an interview with Express.co.uk, Mr Longworth insisted that Boris Johnson needs to implement important infrastructure for all green plans, like electric cars. He added …

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Overlooking the Pinarayi wave, LDF returns to power in Kerala

On one side was Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and on the other, a set of national leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi. On one side was the LDF government which had held Kerala together during the unprecedented …

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How UK mines will be key to ending our dependence on China

Cornwall and the North East could become hot spots in Britain’s race to secure essential metals to fuel the green industrial transition. China currently dominates the supply chain for batteries needed for electric vehicles and green energy infrastructure, including critical metals, lithium, nickel and cobalt, and rare earths that power …

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Chinese stranglehold on rare earths forces UK to enter secret talks with allies

The pandemic has focused government minds on the dangers of just-in-time supply chains in recent months, according to industry insiders. A roundtable hosted earlier this year by Mr Stafford included representatives from the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Department of International Trade, Defense and Defra. “The penny has started to …

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How to take a screenshot on a Windows laptop, MacBook, or Chromebook

There are several ways to take a screenshot on your laptop. Major computing platforms, including Windows, macOS, and Chrome OS, allow you to take screenshots and save on-screen content for future use. There are many shortcuts you can get used to for taking screenshots on your laptop. You can quickly …

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The liberalization of decentralized production based on solar PV is underlined

Islamabad: Strengthening public-private partnership, rationalizing financial instruments and preparing the ground for increasing contracts based on power purchase agreements (PPAs) is the only way forward to create an enabling environment for the intervention of third in decentralized production based on solar energy in the country. This was the gist of …

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REM Solar Provides Cutting-Edge Renewable Energy Solutions | Print edition

View (s): A solar panel being installed. REM Solar, a personalized solar photovoltaic supplier dedicated to providing cutting-edge solutions to improve energy efficiency and generate renewable energy, offers customer-centric service and tailor-made solutions to those looking to invest to ensure a sustainable future. As part of its vision to meet …

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The water

by John Scales Avery I would like to announce the publication of a book that deals with the relationship between water and life. The book can be downloaded and distributed for free from the following link: http://eacpe.org/app/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Water-by-John-Scales-Avery.pdf United Nations World Water Day On its World Water Day homepage, the United …

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