Taking the Mine out of Mines: Sourcing the Critical Minerals of our Future
Critical minerals are the necessary building blocks of the clean energy infrastructure of our future, and the geopolitical race to source them is on. For an industry that is inherently extractive, however, can we make the process additive for economies, communities, and the environment?
Heidi HeitkampDirector of the University of Chicago Institute of Politics
Hilary TompkinsEnvironmental lawyer at Hogan Lovells
Stephen D'EspositoCEO of Regeneration
Sagatom SahaClimate researcher at Columbia University
Abby WulfDirector of critical minerals strategy at Securing America's Future En...
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