Raw materials and technological progress for the future of mankind
In some cases, the use of natural resources is greater than the earth's regenerative capacity. The population is growing, as is the demand for raw materials.
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The use of resources is closely linked to questions of raw material distribution, access to fresh water and also the food security of the world's citizens. According to the World Hunger Index 2021, one in ten people on earth go hungry, which is a total of 811 million people. The issue of food is not only about cultivation, fertilizers and pesticides, but also about preserving food. That's where Canadian technology company EnWave - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjQ1f_OVjiE - comes in. Through EnWave's proprietary Radiant Energy Vacuum ("REV™") dehydration technology, food, pharmaceutical and cannabis products can be preserved. This is done using a fast and gentle drying method.
In this context, the term ecological footprint is also important. The so-called World Creation Day was this year on 29 July. This means that what nature provides until the end of the year was already used up on that day. Last year, World Creation Day was almost a month better than 2019, thanks to the Corona Crisis and the resulting lower CO2 emissions. After all, air traffic had been suspended for weeks.
The avoidance of CO2 emissions is happening with the growing electromobility. Raw materials such as lithium are involved here. This even exists in Mongolia. Here ION Energy is working on the exploration and development of the over 81,000-hectare Baavhai Uul lithium brine property. In addition, there is the Urgakh Naran lithium brine project, which covers over 29,000 hectares and is also located in Mongolia.
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