Exploring for metals critical to a low-carbon economy
(Kitco News) - As the world moves toward a lower-carbon economy, responsible mining projects providing the metals needed to produce batteries, catalytic converters, and other technology required to reduce vehicle greenhouse gas emissions will become increasingly critical.
Increasing popularity of hybrid vehicles aiding global push for sustainability
Harmful carbon dioxide emission levels are rising globally, largely due to the use of fossil fuels as the primary source of energy used by the transportation industry. Examples of this use include the powering of jumbo jets, container ships, and semi-trucks.
A Clear Plan For Growth And Environmental Sustainability
As the planet's population grows, and billions more access the ranks of the middle class, it is both critical and inevitable to focus on how to accommodate the billions of people on the planet, sustainably.
A world-class base metals project that ticks all the boxes
(Kitco News) - Copper, zinc, lead these three base metals are everywhere in our daily lives. North America and the world would be thrown back into the dark ages without them. They are only going to become more critical as we move towards a greener economy.
Helping Cannabis LPs Reach New Heights Through AI And Terpene-Sensing Tech
(Kitco News) - Cannabis growers are scaling up their production by orders of magnitude, and as with any nascent industry, theyre experiencing growing pains.
One Of The Most Essential Substances In The World Is Making A Comeback
(Kitco News) - Let's face it there's nothing sexy about zinc. Bathers who sport the thick, white zinc oxide on their noses at the beach may be avoiding sunburn, but they're also usually being avoided by just about everybody else.
Exceptional NI 43-101 Resource Highlights Potential Of SVB's Flagship Sierra Mojada Project (Video)
Silver Bull Resources, Inc. (TSX: SVB) is a Canadian based mineral exploration company engaged in exploring and developing the "Sierra Mojada" located in Coahuila, Mexico.
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