Large mining projects
Recently thousands of Australians again protested against a mega coal mine planned by Indians. As up to 15 million tonnes of coal are to be mined per year, environmentalists are coming onto the scene. They are driven by fears of an intensification of climate change and concern about the Great Barrier Reef.
Energy production from coal is still an important part of global energy production. Nuclear power plants, which are also being built and planned in large numbers worldwide, are helping to make things cleaner. You need uranium for that. Uranium Energy's Reno Creek uranium project in Wyoming is the largest approved in-situ recovery project in the USA. However, there is very little impact on the environment from construction, operation and restoration work, which led to licensing in 2017.
Uranium from the Reno Creek Project (Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources of 26 million pounds of uranium) can generate a lot of clean energy in the future. Uranium Energy's portfolio includes a processing plant in Texas as well as other projects in Texas, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Paraguay - some approved and some well advanced. Experienced Uranium Energy - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298798 - experts also take care of environmental issues. H.C.Wainwright & Co recommends buying the share and quotes a price of 3.50 US dollars.
Mining companies bear responsibility and have to master sustainable development practices. Environmental protection and social commitment, as well as respectful interaction with local and indigenous communities are important. Auryn Resources - https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298762, for example, attaches great importance to this. The Company is focused on its Committee Bay and Gibson MacQuoid gold projects in Nunavut, Homestake Ridge in British Columbia and other gold projects in southern Peru. There, the Sombrero project is particularly impressive with significant gold and copper mineralization.
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