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This is how the conflict between Ukraine and Russia could impact climate change

Metals from Russia and Ukraine are valuable for wind turbines. Image: Unsplash/Arteum.ro

Vigya Sharma

Senior Research Fellow, Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland

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The spike in the prices of critical minerals is likely to drive new mining, manufacturing and renewable energy projects outside Russia. Image: Unsplash/Dominik Vanyi

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