July 14 Uranium Legacy Commemoration
7 am at Red Water Pond Road Community on Navajo Nation, 12 miles from Church Rock, NM
Posted on Jul 3, 2018 in Events, MASE in the News
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Uranium Mining in the Southwest and The Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment by Eliza Van Dyk, October 8, 2021Click here to View Story Map
Envisioning respectful, peaceful communities cherishing a healthy environment
The Uranium Caucus of the Western Mining Action Network and the Institute for Policy Studies is hosting a series of three webinars about Rare Earth Elements. Please join us on April 6th for our first webinar.
The Geopolitics of Critical Minerals with Debamanyu Das
April 6, 2023
5-6 pm (EST) 4-5 pm (CST) 3-4 (MST) 2-3 (PST)
Here's the link to register for the event on April 6.
Rare earth elements and other critical minerals play an increasingly important role in the global economy and strategic decision-making because of their role in the transition away from fossil fuels. Throughout history, countries have fought each other and conducted trade wars in order to gain access to critical resources. What are the geopolitical implications of today's struggle to obtain the components of solar cells, car batteries, and other high-tech products?
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