Remember that you can get up to date daily news from the 'Daily RE News' section. For more detailed company information and reports go directly to the specific company websites (see 'RE Companies' ). In this article section you will find company and sector articles that are worth keeping for reference in relation to future RE developments and your investment decision - making. Such articles may not find their way onto the daily news.
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Geological Surveys Unite to Improve Critical Mineral Security
2020 highlighted the frailties of mineral supply chains, on which the clean-energy transition relies
Does China Pose a Threat to Global Rare Earth Supply Chains?
Critical minerals and the new geopolitics
China’s tryst with Rare Earth Elements: A monopoly over the global supply chain
Rare Elements of Security
Securing the Critical Minerals Supply Chain
China's Monopoly on Rare Earth Elements - and Why We Should Care
EU unveils action plan to secure access to critical raw materia
Argus White Paper: How to build a rare earth supply chain - July 2020
Fasken: Critical Minerals Supply Crucial as World Changes
GROWING DEMAND, STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE, SCARCITY OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS IS DRIVING SEARCH FOR NEW MITIGATION STRATEGIES
Tangled: Why Global Supply Chains Are So Complex
Argus White Paper: Mixed prospects for China’s rare earths market amid Covid-19 (June 2020)
Economic Statecraft: Options for Reducing U.S. Overdependence on Chinese-supplied Materials and Medications
The tortuous path of China’s win-win strategy in Greenland
Stormcrow - Rare Earths Update 2020: Things are not Great, but They Will Get Better (19-page report)
Iran begins producing rare earth for first time
Better international coordination needed for responsibly sourcing minerals used in green technology
The next mining boom? Rare earths and the rise of Australia's 'other' minerals
Push to Mine Minerals for “National Security” Is Creating New Market for Coal
THE RACE FOR RARE EARTHS
Coals & Coal-associated Products Have the Highest Concentrations of Rare Earth Elements and Critical Minerals
US takes long-term position on mineral supply
Everything You Know about Rare Earths Is Wrong
Australia’s Rare Earth Supply Could be the Key to US National Security
Countering China’s Grip on Rare Earth Commodities
A fractured world: how political divisions could impact mining investments
How volcanoes recycle the Earth’s crust to uncover rare metals that are vital to green technology
Rare earths: Is there a case for government intervention? (*Extensive RE sector review, past and present)
Join the Science History Institute as we examine the rare earth elements and their impact on society.
GROWING DEMAND, STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE AND SCARCITY OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS IS DRIVING SEARCH FOR NEW MITIGATION STRATEGIES
US-China Trade War – Implications for India
An elemental issue
The Arctic Spring
Earth Mapping Resources Initiative (Earth MRI) Data Acquisition and Coordination
Renewable Energy Will Only Be Possible With Massive Increases in the Supply of Critical Minerals
Rare earth stocks on the ASX: The Ultimate Guide
Using Rare Metals in Solar Panels
Renewables and geopolitics: ‘There won’t be as much to fight over’
REE - Rare Earth Elements and their Uses
RE and Transportation
Extracting the truth about rare earths
China’s rare earths exact a heavy price
The demand for rare earth metals is growing. Soon we will have to search for them outside our planet
RECYCLING RARE EARTH METALS
China faces up to the pollution and radioactive waste problems of rare earths mining and processing
How Geopolitics Could Collapse Rare Earth Element Supplies Part 2
Don’t Panic About Rare Earth Elements America’s Rare Earth Ultimatum: Rare Earths in High Demand
American Military Companies Most Dependant on Chinese Rare Earth Supplies
U.S.-China Impasse Threatens Rare Earth Trade
Congress Agrees On $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan
Responsible minerals sourcing for renewable energy (Institute for Sustainable Futures)
A rare and toxic age
A journey into the complex and parallel mythologies of modern technology and rare earths.
Rare: The High-Stakes Race to Satisfy Our Need for the Scarcest Metals on Earth by Keith Veronese
*Extremely extensive outline and discussion with a wide definition of RE. Includes looking at RE in terms of chemistry, mining, processing, recycling, economics, geography and politics etc.
Electric Vehicles Are Reshaping The Mining Industry
The Geopolitics of Rare Earth Elements
The future of deep seabed mining
Rare Earths: Shades of Grey – Can China Continue to Fuel our Global Clean and Smart Future
The Hidden Environmental Toll of Mining the World’s Sand
The Coming Scramble for Africa
A 2019 Resolution: Honesty in Energy Policy
Rare Earths Outlook 2019: EV Production to Drive Demand
On Decoupling US – China Tech, Industry Source: “Electronics industry is too reliant on Chinese manufacturing”
The Real China Threat
This is the Dawning of the Age of … Niobium?
Forget the Age of Oil. The minerals powering our high-tech world are the next big thing in geopolitics.
Race to the bottom? India plans deep dive for seabed minerals
Pre-empting the next rare-earth crisis
Afghan minerals in the crosshairs of Blackwater's Erik Prince
Why A Transition To Clean Energy Alone Is Not Enough For A Sustainable Future
The cold military logic behind Trump's trade war: Andy Home
Rare earths in the cross-hairs of new high-tech arms race
NETL Rare Earth Recovery Projects Delivering Promising Results
Clean energy and rare earths: Why not to worry
China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) to enhance public supervision of Big 6
TMR Advanced Rare-Earth Projects Index
Hot Economic Warfare: Scrambling For Rare-Earth Minerals
Zero Hedge (Weblog)21:56
The Pacific interests of India and China http://southasiajournal.net/the-pacific-interests-of-india-and-china/
Elixsys Turns Coal Fly Ash from a Liability to an Asset https://www.prweb.com/releases/elixsys_turns_coal_fly_ash_from_a_liability_to_an_asset/prweb15793272.htm
Discarded waste could be a treasure trove of rare metals
Dysprosium - This heavy rare earth mineral could be a dark horse as electric car production rises
RARE EARTHS REPORT
What are rare earth elements? Four questions answered
Tesla's electric motor shift to spur demand for rare earth neodymium
The 10th China Baotou Rare Earth Industry Forum 2018
Rare Earths, China, Tariffs and the REMX
China Controls Rare Earth Technologies and Materials Without Urgent Congressional Action China Will Soon Control Global Energy
Mt Weld Central Lanthanide Deposit
Alaska is rich in critical rare earths (includes Ucore)
Industry Note - Rare Earth Metals (Mkango Sponsor) May 2019
AIDEA looks into funding Ketchikan SMC (Ucore)
Lynas Corporation ships rare earth-oxides worldwide .
Greenland Minerals has price valuation range of 18-43 cents set by Pitt Street Research .
Ucore Rare Metals welcomes passing of rare earth resources bill. https://www.worldcoal.com/exploration-and-development/18092018/ucore-rare-metals-welcomes-passing-of-rare-earth-resources-bill/
THE PEAK RESOURCES NDPR WHITE PAPER ( NOTICE -click below, then on website click on 'continue' then on 'white paper' to have paper sent to you).
Rare Earth Elements
Minbos Taps US$20B Rare Earths Market in Madagascar, on Heels of EV Revolution
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