Traditional brine mining for lithium is destroying the environment in South America and governments of Chile and Argentina don’t seem to care

Posted by on June 16, 2019 6:25 pm
Categories: Lithium

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As reported by Mining.com: “The oases that once interrupted the dusty slopes of the Atacama desert in northern Chile allowed humans and animals to survive for thousands of years in the world’s driest climate. That was before the mining started…”

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