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Better than gold

For clean energy to bump the dirty kind, some minerals look more precious than gold. 

Mission Mineral: Raising Finance and Strategy to Build Clean Infrastructure

As the world rapidly builds renewable energy infrastructure and transportation networks, the critical minerals' sourcing, processing, and trading will have profound economic, environmental, and geopolitical implications. Ensuring the critical minerals’ supply meets ever-rising demand while navigating the mineral supply chain’s impacts on the environment and society is a daunting challenge.
China's infrastructure investments contain green and gray

(Photo courtesy Yale Climate Connections.) China keeps using coal- but has today's coal crunch hastened the dirty fuel's decline? 

Two Enormous Countries Burn Lots of Coal. That's a Cue for the Energy Transition.

India and China have been burning lots of coal this year. efore we dive into whether current coal use undermines the case for investing in the countries’ transition, let’s take a broad view of these two countries to see where governments’ energy choices might intrigue clean-energy investors.

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