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Deep-sea minerals could meet the demands of battery supply chains – but should they?

The potential impact of mining on deep-sea biodiversity, deep-sea habitats and fisheries are still being studied. Image: Ivana Cajina on Unsplash

Winnie Yeh

Lead, Responsible Sourcing, World Economic Forum Geneva

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Hein et al. (2013) Image: Map showing deep-sea mineral deposits.
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