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Mineral Policy

Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources.

Mineral Policy

A Discussion Paper. Canada.

by Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources.

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Historically, nonfuel mineral data collection in the United States has been a recognized part of national policy since at least World War I, with a foundation in the importance of minerals to the national economy and national security and an emphasis on the importance of good statistical data collection to . The latter problem arises for three reasons: First, is the import reliance on Chinese processed Rare Earth supply to the United States. Second, is the negligence of the U.S in developing its own mining sector. Third, is the disconnect between mineral strategy and policy.

Developing effective mineral resource policy for sustainable livelihoods through geoscience Zambia is the focus of this study, recognisingthe historic importance of copper mining in Zambia, the current resurgence of interest in the copper belt and issues associated with foreign Size: 1MB. His research and teaching focus on mineral economics and public policy – especially, in recent years, on critical minerals and materials. He chaired the U.S. National Research Council committee that wrote the book, Minerals, Critical Minerals, and the U.S. Economy (National Academies Press). He has testified on critical minerals and.

With contributions from more than 20 recognized authorities, this thorough reference presents the most current thinking on the science and technology of mineral processing. The book is an indispensable textbook for students of mineral processing and hydrometallurgy, and a practical reference for seasoned industry professionals interested in /5(7). The U.S. is home to more than $ trillion worth of minerals and metals. Yet delays in our current mine permitting process have put our nation at the bottom of the list of top mining countries, sending mining jobs overseas and forcing U.S. manufacturers to increasingly rely on mineral imports. This is a policy issue that needs to be addressed.


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