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  To really understand what is behind the "Green Energy" project, its imperative that we all take cognisance of what is being planned in the background away from prying eyes. An extract of the World Bank Report "The Growing Role of Minerals and Metals for a Low Carbon Future".
  Before we look at the challenges ahead, we have to be fully cognisant that development of mining and oil & gas exploration is as an objective of the Portuguese Government. In 2012 the Portuguese government launched a national strategy for geological and mineral resources aimed at better identification, exploitation…
With ASMAA becoming involved in this new fight against “open-cast/open-pit/surface” Lithium mining in Portugal, it is understandable that people are confused and are questioning our reasons for doing so.
Andrew Forrest is the CEO of one of the big mining groups that is targeting Portuguese lithium, but this same individual fought and won a legal battle in his own country in an endeavour to stop others from mining in his own area. Andrew Forrest is in charge of one…
It's scary the magnitude of destruction that is being planned. To get an idea of what is planed see the video at bottom of this page.
The article below written by Emma Young, a journalist from Australia, clearly indicates what Portugal can expect if the carpet bombing strategy followed by the Portuguese government in its approach to ensure that lithium mining goes ahead without a strong opposition.
We are all – well, all of us who are privileged enough – existing on a spectrum somewhere between “concerned” and “downright panicking” about human impact on the environment.
May 2017: Dakota Minerals LTD (ASX: DKO, FRANKFURT: ORM) announce the conclusion of its sighter metallurgical test work programme, conducted by Dorfner-Anzaplan in Germany.
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