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The World’s Renewable Energy Capacity Now Beats Out Coal

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November 4, 2016

The tipping point marks a major milestone in the transition to cleaner power sources. Source: The World’s Renewable Energy Capacity Now Beats Out Coal

Dutch parliament votes to close down country’s coal industry | Environment | The Guardian

The Dutch parliament has voted for a 55% cut in CO2 emissions by 2030, which would require the closure of all the country’s coal-fired power plants. Source: Dutch parliament votes to close down country’s coal industry | Environment | The Guardian

What Makes Argentina The Sweet Spot In The Lithium Space | OilPrice.com

Rapid changes in regulations have made Argentina a much more interesting country for many resource companies, with Lithium leading the way Source: What Makes Argentina The Sweet Spot In The Lithium Space | OilPrice.com

Asteroid miner Deep Space to launch first commercial mission by 2020 | MINING.com

The mission’s goal is to map a target asteroid, looking for deposits of water and other resources with visible and infrared cameras. Source: Asteroid miner Deep Space to launch first commercial mission by 2020 | MINING.com

Huge WA lithium mine set to go ahead, tapping battery storage market : Renew Economy

Lithium miner NeoMetals strikes major deal with China client, reinforcing WA’s position as leading supplier of lithium to world’s battery storage makers. Source: Huge WA lithium mine set to go ahead, tapping battery storage market : Renew Economy

The pros and cons of deep sea mining [INFOGRAPHIC] – Australian Mining

A new infographic from 911metallurgist shows the pros and cons of deep sea mining, and whether it is worth the risk. Source: The pros and cons of deep sea mining [INFOGRAPHIC] – Australian Mining

The Ocean Could Be the New Gold Rush

As the future of seafloor mining is debated this week, here are five things you need to know about the risks and rewards of extracting precious metals and minerals from the ocean. Source: The Ocean Could Be the New Gold Rush

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