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    According to a UN Environment study published in 2019, extractive industries are responsible for half of the world’s carbon emissions, with the extraction and processing of metals and other minerals responsible for 26% of these environmentally degrading emissions. While this finding does not sit favourably with the heightening anti-climate...

    Vimy Resources’ vision statement is ‘mining a cleaner tomorrow’. It is a clever double entendre referring not only to nuclear power as the cleanest source of reliable energy, but the way in which the ASX-listed company intends to mine; with low residual impact and real-time...

     Eclipse Metals listed on the ASX at the beginning of 2011 with a smorgasbord of highly prospective uranium tenements in the Northern Territory (NT) of Australia. Just a few months later, however, the Fukushima disaster in Japan destroyed confidence in the nuclear energy industry and severely dented...

    GoviEx Uranium is a uranium development company with three advanced projects in Niger, Zambia and Mali. From these African assets, GoviEx boasts a total resource of around 230 million pounds of uranium in the ground, along with plenty of exploration upside at each property. The business was established in 2007 by Govind...

    NexGen Energy was formed to address a major structural risk that was forming in global energy markets during the 2000s. This was the fact that the world was seeing uranium production mostly concentrated from within non-OECD nations. NexGen was formed to discover the world’s next tier one uranium asset. What the company ended up...

    Blue Sky Uranium was incorporated in 2006 with the primary objective to take advantage of opportunities for large-scale uranium discoveries in Argentina. Executives at the TSX-V listed exploration company were well aware of a number of highly prospective regions in the South of the country,...