The Guardian/AFP: Greenland goes to the polls in rare earth mining election
Two main parties are divided over a giant project that would dig for uranium and other minerals Greenland went into legislative elections on Tuesday, after a campaign focused on a disputed mining project in the autonomous Danish territory as the Arctic island confronts first-hand the effects of global heating.
Greenland’s two main parties are divided on whether to authorise a controversial giant rare earth and uranium mining project, which is currently the subject of public hearings.
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More News On Today's Legislative Election In Greenland
Greenland votes, split on rare earth metals mining — DW
Greenland election shows divide over rare-earth metals mine — NYPost
A Row Over Rare-Earth Deposits Could Bring Down Greenland's Government — NPR
Greenland voters to decide fate of the last great untapped deposit of rare earth metals — National Post
Polls close in Greenland election closely watched by global mining industry — Reuters
How Greenland election could cut Australia's access to critical rare earth minerals needed for defence, batteries and electric cars — Daily MailOriginal Article
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