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Balancing Green Technology and Environmental Impacts: The Implications of Europe’s Critical Raw Material Policy for Electric Vehicles

By: Emily Hutchins April 24, 2023 On March 16, 2023, the European Commission proposed measures to strengthen its domestic supply of “critical raw materials,” which are crucial for the transition to a carbon-neutral economy. The growing demand for the minerals and metals necessary to manufacture electric vehicles (“EV”) batteries including lithium, cobalt, and nickel, has raised […]

Don’t Break the Law and Bad Things Won’t Happen

ANDREI DAMBULEFF – There exists a heavy feeling, a monster, that waits above you when you slip something into a system you know is not meant to be there, even explicitly is not allowed to be there, and try to go about business as if nothing happened. Many children have snuck a few dollars out of […]

We May Have Just Reached the Point of No Return

ALESSANDRA FERRANTE – When it comes to earths climate, the point of no return might have just been reached.[1] Many scientists are making such grim speculations due to the global concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere has reached 400 parts per million (ppm), for the first time in recorded history.[2] Carbon dioxide is […]