Tag Archive | "environmental protection"

How do We Deal With The Pollution Associated With Chinese Rare Earth Production?

Saturday, December 5, 2009

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I’ve just finished writing up a new article over at Rare MetalBlog titled “Chinese Rare Earth Production: A Darker Shade of Green?“.  The article discusses a new Sunday Times report on the extensive pollution caused by the mining and production of rare earths in China, and the effects that they’re having on the local people. […]

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Rare Earths & Permanent Magnets On The Radio Airwaves

Monday, November 16, 2009

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Over the past few days, Australia’s ABC Radio National broadcast not one, but two items on rare earth metals, to both of which I heartily recommend listening. The first item was broadcast on the Breakfast program on Friday, and lasts a little over 6 minutes.  It’s an introductory piece on the subject, but spends significant time […]

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The Growing Role of Permanent Magnets in Renewable Energy Production and Environmental Protection

Saturday, August 1, 2009

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The Growing Role of Permanent Magnets in Renewable Energy Production and Environmental Protection

At the Magnetics 2008 Conference in Denver, I presented a paper titled “Going Green: The Growing Role of Permanent Magnets in Renewable Energy Production and Environmental Protection“.  Earlier today I finally uploaded a copy of the presentation to the Web, which you can now find here. The presentation covered a range of related topics, starting […]

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