Securing access to minerals for the green transition

Blog post by Dr Jewellord Nem Singh
Photo by Pedro Henrique Santos on Unsplash

Increased demands for the critical raw materials that power the green transition are likely to exacerbate—and create—inequalities between resource-rich (developing) and consuming (developed) countries.

This is one of the points made by Dr Jojo Nem Singh in his blog post 'The challenge of securing assess to minerals for the green transition'.  

He goes on to argue that unequal sharing of primary mineral production will yield to new forms of dependencies and problems, including the externalization of the environmental costs of clean technology.

The current climate change narrative absolves polluters and puts pressure on developing countries

Dr Jojo Nem Singh

Assistant professor

Dr Jewellord Nem Singh

Assistant Professor in International Development

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