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Critical Minerals

As the world seeks to transition to a renewable energy economy and further develop the digital economy, skyrocketing demand for critical minerals is heightening environmental, social, and governance risks at the same time that Russia’s war in Ukraine is straining the global supply of critical minerals. This is a pivotal moment for U.S. foreign and domestic policy on critical minerals and the Wilson Center is leading cross-regional, cross-sectoral stakeholder dialogues to build consensus for policies that advance a more resilient supply chain.

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The Mosaic Approach: a Multidimensional Strategy for Strengthening America's Critical Minerals Supply Chain

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Trade, Minerals, and the Green Transition in Greenland: A Conversation with Prime Minister Múte B. Egede