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Metals, minerals and natural materials are part of our daily lives. Those raw materials that are most important economically and have a high supply risk are called critical raw materials.
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It’s Earth Day this Thursday, April 22 and we want to hear the voices of The Energy Collective from every corner of the United States, Canada, and even the world.
The interests of state and local governments are not the same as Washington's. Priority number one for the states is surviving the increased incidence and severity of climate-related disasters. Federalism is not what it used to be. Nor at it..

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