Lithium mining in Spain: Climate protection at the expense of the environment?

Near the Spanish city of Cáceres, in the autonomous region of Extremadura, there is a significant lithium deposit that is almost at ground level and could easily be mined in the open air. The Valdeflores mine has an estimated 1.6 million tonnes of lithium carbonate – enough to make ten million batteries for EVs.

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