ENVIRONMENT

130 European organisations give 'hard no' on CRMA

In response to The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union reaching an agreement on the Critical Raw Materials Act (CRMA), 130 organisations and more than 100 experts and academics from 30 countries have penned an open letter denouncing the strategy.

 The letter’s writers are concerned that the CRMA will give way to corruption and collusion across the EU.

The letter’s writers are concerned that the CRMA will give way to corruption and collusion across the EU.

The scathing letter and a petition with over 60,000 signatures allege the CRMA disregards environmental and human rights, endorses social engineering, fails to address "obsolete mining regulations" in...

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