Who will pay the price for Europe’s rush for lithium?

Public consultation has just ended on the impact assessment of a planned open-cast mine at Covas de Barroso in northern Portugal which, if approved, could be a major supplier of the lithium needed to power Europe’s conversion to electric mobility.

by Richard Weyndling

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