Electric Cars Boost Metal Demand (infographic)
According to Bloomberg, metals like nickel, aluminum, and iron are all expected to see demand increase by 13-14 times between 2019 and 2030
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Albanian President Urges Action over ‘Mass Poisoning’ in Kruja
The prosecution in the town of Kruja has opened an investigation into a suspected mass poisoning which President Ilir Meta has described as a serious threat to people's lives.
Istanbul breaks water consumption record in August: Expert
Making a warning over increasing water supply and demand, an expert has said that some 3.3 million cubic meters of water was consumed daily on average in August alone.
"Water-saving must be considered a national policy," Ajlan Sunay, a board member of the Turkish Prevention of Wastage Foundation (TİSVA), told the state-run Anadolu agency on Sept. 1.
Did the ancient Greeks sail to Canada? New research claims they did
Scientists claim the civilization traveled to Newfoundland and set up colonies to mine gold in the 1st Century nearly a millennium before the Vikings
Length of sewerage, water supply, natural gas distribution pipelines, increasing in 2020 (INS)
The length of the potable water supply network in Romania increased by 1.8% in 2020 from the previous year, while the length of sewerage pipes was 4.7% higher, and the natural gas distribution network increased by 3%, according to data published on Monday by the National Institute of Statistics (INS).
Serbia Green NGOs File Charges Against Lithium Mining Giant
Two Serbian NGOs, the Coalition against Environmental Corruption and the Podrinje Anti-Corruption Team, PAKT, on Tuesday said they had filed charges against Rio Sava Exploration and China Communications and Construction, CCCC, and their subcontractors, for environmental pollution.
Mucilage not descended to Marmara Sea depths: Report
Studies have shown that mucilage in the Sea of Marmara has not yet descended to the lower depths of the sea in northwestern Turkey, a marine sciences institute in the country said.
Wars will be fought over rare materials
Scientists all over are looking for alternatives, but the research will take some time. Over the past centuries, states have often shown power and secured interests with warships - or later nuclear missiles. Today, they are increasingly using economic sanctions to impose political desires.
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Scientists: Mars Was Wet Planet Once, What Happened to Its Water?
Mars was once a wet world, with abundant bodies of water on its surface. But this changed dramatically billions of years ago, leaving behind the desolate landscape known today. So what happened to the water? Scientists have a new hypothesis.
Bulgaria: State of Emergency in Rhodopean Village over Manganese in Drinking Water
Mayor of Rodopi Municipality Pavel Mihaylov declared a state of emergency due to the high levels of manganese in the drinking water in the village of Brestovitsa, BNR reported. The values of the chemical element in the water are at times above the permissible - with an authorised quantity of 50 mg/l, the manganese quantities in drinking water are more than 1,000 mg/l.