World risks shortage of materials for EVs and wind turbines without agreements for green supply chains, experts warn

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Lithium mine in the US | Credit: Skyhobo
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Lithium mine in the US | Credit: Skyhobo

Academics at the University of Sussex predict shortages of crucial materials such as cobalt and lithium without international agreements and more reuse and recycling

Global production of batteries, solar panels, electric cars and wind turbines could stutter without more action to shore up the supply of vital rare minerals and metals, a team of international experts...

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