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The energy transition needs metals. But it needs social awareness too 

A worker at an Argentinian lithium mining facility. Image: Reuters/Enrique Marcarian

Samah El-Shahat

CEO, Verityv Analytics

Musaab Almulla

Director, Global Analysis, Saudi Aramco

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