If you really want to get rid of metal mining have a look at what that could mean for us all first:
Yes it is true! Recent research shows that folks in southern Mexico, from the years ~500AD to ~1000AD at least, traded their chocolate for what they didn't have: copper in the form of turquoise from what is now the USA.Read More
Copper is essential for modern life. New copper is needed most by the developing countries of our world where recycling cannot keep pace with demand. In developed countries like the US we recycle over 50% of what we need. Every wonder where new copper comes from?Read More
Mining is a human activity essential to all societies no matter what their politics. Mining is no more a capitalist activity than farming. Why do those opposed to it associate mining exclusively with capital markets? Evidence suggests that mining practices in communist societies leaves little to be desired...Read More
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