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Energy and the Environment-A Coastal Perspective - Rare

2015-7-25  Ives, Mike. “Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks.” Yale Environment 360. Yale University, 28 Jan. 2013. Web. 22 July 2015. Jones, Nicola. “A Scarcity of Rare Metals Is Hindering Green Technologies.”Yale Environment 360. Yale

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Science Matters: The Case of Rare Earth Elements - Science

Activists Case Study: “Protecting Health and the Environment in an Age of Global Trade” Ives, Mike. “Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks.” Yale Environment 360, January 28, 2013. Individual Sources. Branford, Sue, and Maurício Torres. “Brazil to Open Indigenous Reserves to Mining without Indigenous Consent.”

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James Taylor Senior Fellow, Environment Policy The

2016-5-20  Yale University Environment 360 report , Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks – “Contrary to their name, the 17 rare earth elements are relatively common — their rarity comes from the labor involved in separating them from surrounding rock. The process requires a cocktail of chemical compounds and produces

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“Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks.” Yale Environment 360, January 28, 2013. Individual Sources. CNBC. “Co-Chair of America’s Only Rare Earth Mine Discusses China’s Threat.” Interview with James Litinsky, owner of the Mountain Pass Mine, May 30, 2019. (Video, 6 min.) Heffernan, Tim. “Why Rare Earth Mining in ...

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Yale Environment 360

“The Story of Lumshnong” — the winner of the 2021 Yale Environment 360 Video Contest — examines how government officials allowed cement companies to pour into a forest in northeast India, polluting the air and water and destroying an ecosystem on which local villagers depend.

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2018-10-3  Yale University Environment 360 report, Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks – “Last year, China’s State Council reported that the country’s rare earths operations are causing ‘increasingly significant’ environmental problems. A half century of rare earths mining and processing has ‘severely damaged surface ...

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Teaching the language of climate change science extras

Ives M (2013) ‘Boom in mining rare earths poses mounting toxic risks’, Yale Environment 360, Yale School of the Environment, Newhaven, CT; Kern RS and Kern RC (2020) The food chain, Odyssey Earth; Kharecha P and Hansen J (2013) ‘Coal and gas are far more harmful than nuclear power’, NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center

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AN EPIC MESS: ‘EXHAUSTIBLE NATURAL RESOURCES’

2016-1-2  cent of global rare earths production2 while being endowed with only 37 per cent of the total global deposits.3 Mining of rare earths is highly damaging to the environment, leaving radiation in its wake and pollution of the surrounding soil, water and air.4 Recently, China was the subject of a trade dispute on rare earths involving the

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CASE STUDY: RARE EARTH ELEMENTS (REES)

2020-11-25  Rare Earths have been used as political instruments by China in disputes with other countries. When the USA banned the export to China of technology containing rare earths from China, the Chinese government threatened to stop supplying them. China also threatened to interrupt supplies of rare earths to other western markets.

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Features - Yale E360

In a Yale Environment 360 interview, ... Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks. The mining of rare earth metals, used in everything from smart phones to wind turbines, has long been dominated by China. But as mining of these key elements spreads to countries like Malaysia and Brazil, scientists warn of the dangers of the toxic ...

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A Scarcity of Rare Metals Is Hindering Green ... - Yale E360

2013-11-18  A Scarcity of Rare Metals Is Hindering Green Technologies. A shortage of “rare earth” metals, used in everything from electric car batteries to solar panels to wind turbines, is hampering the growth of renewable energy technologies. Researchers are now working to

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James Taylor Senior Fellow, Environment Policy The ...

2016-5-20  Yale University Environment 360 report , Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks – “Contrary to their name, the 17 rare earth elements are relatively common — their rarity comes from the labor involved in separating them from surrounding rock. The process requires a

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Rare Earth Mining Boom - Yale Environment 360 “We are not against rare earths processing,” says Tan, a retired schoolteacher who leads a citizens’ group opposed to the plant. “We’re only against the ...

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James Taylor Senior Fellow, Environment Policy The ...

2018-10-3  Yale University Environment 360 report, Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks – “Last year, China’s State Council reported that the country’s rare earths operations are causing ‘increasingly significant’ environmental problems. A half century of rare earths mining and processing has ‘severely damaged surface ...

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Teaching the language of climate change science extras

Ives M (2013) ‘Boom in mining rare earths poses mounting toxic risks’, Yale Environment 360, Yale School of the Environment, Newhaven, CT; Kern RS and Kern RC (2020) The food chain, Odyssey Earth; Kharecha P and Hansen J (2013) ‘Coal and gas are far more harmful than nuclear power’, NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center

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Rare Earth Elements: A Resource Constraint of the Energy ...

2021-5-18  One group of natural resources that may prove essential for the next generation of electric motors and turbines are the rare earth elements (REEs)—17 elements consisting of scandium, yttrium, and the 15 lanthanides (Institute of Rare Earths and Strategic Metals, n.d.).

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AN EPIC MESS: ‘EXHAUSTIBLE NATURAL RESOURCES’

2016-1-2  cent of global rare earths production2 while being endowed with only 37 per cent of the total global deposits.3 Mining of rare earths is highly damaging to the environment, leaving radiation in its wake and pollution of the surrounding soil, water and air.4 Recently, China was the subject of a trade dispute on rare earths involving the

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Why rare-earth mining in the West is a bust — High

2015-6-16  Why rare-earth mining in the West is a bust. Forget the hype. In the global rush for energy-critical elements, our region can't compete. Tim Heffernan. Image credit: John Gurzinski. June 16, 2015 ...

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CASE STUDY: RARE EARTH ELEMENTS (REES)

2020-11-25  Rare Earths have been used as political instruments by China in disputes with other countries. When the USA banned the export to China of technology containing rare earths from China, the Chinese government threatened to stop supplying them. China also threatened to interrupt supplies of rare earths to other western markets.

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Rare Earth Mining Boom - Yale Environment 360 “We are not against rare earths processing,” says Tan, a retired schoolteacher who leads a citizens’ group opposed to the plant. “We’re only against the ...

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Teaching the language of climate change science extras

Ives M (2013) ‘Boom in mining rare earths poses mounting toxic risks’, Yale Environment 360, Yale School of the Environment, Newhaven, CT; Kern RS and Kern RC (2020) The food chain, Odyssey Earth; Kharecha P and Hansen J (2013) ‘Coal and gas are far more harmful than nuclear power’, NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center

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James Taylor Senior Fellow, Environment Policy The ...

2018-10-3  Yale University Environment 360 report, Boom in Mining Rare Earths Poses Mounting Toxic Risks – “Last year, China’s State Council reported that the country’s rare earths operations are causing ‘increasingly significant’ environmental problems. A half century of rare earths mining and processing has ‘severely damaged surface ...

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The consumption conundrum: driving mining destruction ...

2010-4-27  Oswald J. Schmitz and T.E. Graedel for Yale Environment 360, part of the Guardian Environment Network. Tue 27 Apr 2010 05.27 EDT

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A New Frontier for Fracking: Drilling Near the Arctic ...

2014-10-10  YALE ENVIRONMENT 360–Among the dozens of rivers that flow unfettered through the Canadian North, the Natla and the Keele may be the most picturesque and culturally important. They are especially significant to the Dene people of the Sahtu region, which straddles the Arctic Circle in the Northwest Territories.

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When The Water Ends: Africa’s Climate Conflicts ...

“When the Water Ends,” a 16-minute video produced by Yale Environment 360 in collaboration with MediaStorm, tells the story of nomadic pastoralists in Kenya and Ethiopia as they struggle, and fight, over increasingly scarce water resources and climate changes. This story below

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ASM in the News — The Artisanal Mining Grand Challenge

2020-1-16  Rare Earths. Into Africa: the US’s drive for African rare earth minerals. Mine Magazine, by JP Casey on 22 August 2019. China Wrestles with the Toxic Aftermath of Rare Earth Mining. Yale Environment 360, by Michael Standaert on 2 July 2019. China gets tougher on illegal mining, exporting of rare earths. Mining by Cecilia Jamasmie on 2 ...

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Economics of Rare Earth Projects

2. Export supply of rare earths magnets threatened • High growth rates for magnets in China will reduce exports - preference will be given to Chinese companies. 3. China’s rare earth industry is US$3-5 billion, with a US$30 -40 billion environmental clean up legacy • Rare earth prices will

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Rare Earth Mineral High Resolution Stock Photography

The massive Baogang corporation, located on the outskirts of Baotou city, churns out rare earth metals on a vast scale, and villagers living near the smelting plants and a vast tailings dam used to dump the black refuse from ore processing said the rare earths boom was threatening their livelihood and health.

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Rich rare earth deposits found on seabed - Japan Today

2013-3-22  Japanese researchers said Thursday they have found a rich deposit of rare earths on the Pacific seabed, with reports suggesting it could be up to 30 times more concentrated than Chinese reserves. Mud samples taken from 5,800 meters below the waves contained highly concentrated amounts of the precious minerals, which

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