Portugal wants to exploit its lithium reserves. But at what cost to the environment? | Euronews

Covas do Barroso, a village of just over 100 residents, could become home to the largest lithium mine in Western Europe, according to Euronews.

Related: I love electric vehicles – and was an early adopter. But increasingly I feel duped by Rowan Atkinson (yes, Mr. Bean) in The Guardian’s op-ed pages

And: Fact check: why Rowan Atkinson is wrong about electric vehicles – also in The Guardian)

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