Climate-friendly raw material extraction
Climate friendliness and sustainability are also important concepts in mining.
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In Colombia, for example, the raw materials industry is a significant economic factor. Around one third of greenhouse gas emissions are caused by the raw materials sector. A reduction in emissions in this sector is therefore being pursued. The goal is for Colombia to extract and process raw materials using less energy, or even to do so using renewable energies. The same is to apply to transportation. To reduce the environmental impact, projects are being developed together with companies from the gold mining industry, for example. In the country, communities, regional governments and environmental administrations are influential in this. In Colombia and Spain, for example, Denarius Metals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1z3_U98lJ8 - is active with projects. The raw materials are silver, gold, copper, lead and zinc.
Gold mining is a hot topic in Brazil right now, with Brazilian President Bolsonaro advocating an expansion of gold mining in the Amazon. There are still illegal gold prospectors here. The mining of raw materials is also to be approved more quickly, as components for fertilizer, for example, could become scarce in Brazil in the course of the Ukraine war. Be that as it may, there are in any case well-positioned companies in Brazil that own gold in their projects. These include GoldMining with properties in Canada, the USA, Brazil, Colombia and Peru. Mostly these are gold as well as gold-copper projects. GoldMining has just acquired a NSR royalty for another project (gold and copper) in Colombia.
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