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Spearheaded by , the American Resources Policy Network supports mining experts who believe our nation should supply its own mineral resources.
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ARPN expert panel member: Congress must resume push towards greater independence from foreign sources of oil and key minerals
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American Resources Mar 18
Release of ’s 2019 Mineral Commodity Summaries once more underscores need for resource policy reform
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USGS Minerals Mar 11
U.S. mines produced over $82.2 billion in raw, non-fuel mineral materials in 2018. Check out the 42nd annual Commodity Summaries, by the National Minerals Information Center.
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American Resources Mar 14
Sustainable Sourcing to support green energy shift - a look at
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American Resources Mar 11
Materials Science Profiles of Progress: Advances in and research may yield in quest for
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Think Copper Mar 11
As we move toward a society, is key. Take a look at the latest article from , ICA VP of Public Affairs, on this critical topic.
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American Resources Mar 6
ARPN expert panel member explains how a look to the past could help us move forward on green energy transition
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American Resources Mar 4
Today: Three members of ARPN expert panel to discuss materials and supply chains at Miller Thomson’s PDAC 2019:
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American Resources Feb 28
Are section 232 tariffs on and steel on the way out?
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Chris Berry Feb 26
I'll be speaking alongside Jon Hykaway, Gareth Hatch, and other industry heavy weights discussing the state of play along the ion battery supply chain. Hosted by during PDAC. Sign up here:
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American Resources Feb 22
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American Resources Feb 21
“Something does not come from nothing” - formulation of mineral resource strategy should be a precursor to green energy debate
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American Resources Feb 14
Green New Deal’s inherent irony: renewable energy sources rely heavily on the domestic development of which proponents oppose:
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American Resources Feb 13
More coverage of last week’s Senate committee hearing discussing and : . Also, for more on the U.S.’s “Achilles heel”, as phrased it, read ’s latest for :
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American Resources Feb 12
In new piece for warns of real world problem for 21st century American warrior:
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Simon Moores Feb 6
Important to remember for EV supply chain. US mined production of battery raw materials: Nickel = 0% Graphite = 0% Cobalt = 0% Lithium = 1% Chemical refining stage: Nickel = 0% Graphite = 0% Cobalt = 0% Lithium = 7% China has other ideas.
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American Resources Feb 5
U.S. currently a bystander in global arms race, , member of panel of experts, tells U.S. Senate Committee
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American Resources Jan 30
U.S. Senate committee to hold hearing on and markets, member of panel to testify:
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American Resources Jan 29
in the Spotlight: and the intersection between and
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American Resources Jan 25
ARPN expert zeroes in on issues surrounding - an “underappreciated energy source:
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