There is a moral imperative for making critically essential minerals and metals readily and economically available to U.S. manufacturers forging the nation’s low-carbon energy future. As we have learned, successful climate action now rests on a vast expansion of mining. This is not a wake-up call where you hit the snooze button and go back to sleep. Mineral
The U.S. energy picture is changing before our eyes with concerns domestically and abroad that require us to re-examine our approach to energy use as a nation. And one-word comes to mind when we think about the climate and global security threats we are facing right now: urgency. Even before Russia’s attack on Ukraine, America’s
Energy security has long been viewed through the lens of the oil barrel. In fact, the International Energy Agency (IEA) was founded in 1974 following an oil crisis that saw rationing and global economic disruption. But as the world moves to renewable energy and an electric vehicle (EV) future, energy security is changing as well.