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Video: Mining and Supply-Chain Implications of Green Energy

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Video: Mining and Supply-Chain Implications of Green Energy

July 9, 2020
Energy & EnvironmentGeopolitics

As some policymakers push to include “green energy” initiatives as a key feature of economic recovery, a new Manhattan Institute report by senior fellow Mark Mills offers a sobering reality check. Any large-scale shift to using so-called green energy technologies instead of oil and gas as primary energy sources would require an unprecedented increase in the mining of key minerals across the globe.

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