To highlight the UK's need for a secure, sustainable supply of critical minerals to deliver the nation's industrial strategy.
1. Critical Minerals
08/04/2020 - APPGs
Found: need for a secure, sustainable supply of critical minerals to deliver the nation's industrial strategy
2. Access to Critical Materials
13/09/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: parliament.uk/post Number 609 September 2019 Critical materials (CMs) such as cobalt, helium and rare
Found: Richard Herrington and fellow expert members of SoS MinErals (an interdisciplinary programme of NERC-EPSRC-Newton-FAPESP
Found: extraction are minerals applications of a similar scale and complexity as other large minerals applications
5. Peak District National Park Authority - written evidence
23/04/2018 - Inquiry: Planning guidance on fracking inquiry - Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee
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Found: one of the richest sources of minerals in England. The three main minerals of commercial interest being
1. UK Renewables: Critical Minerals
15/03/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: for critical minerals, I am delighted to have secured this debate on the use of critical minerals in the - Speech Link
2. Deep Seabed Mining
06/09/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: of the best solutions is recycling and reusing minerals such as magnesium, cobalt and zinc, which are - Speech Link
2: will produce massive demand for many of those minerals, so investing in two new interdisciplinary circular - Speech Link
3: supporter of our net-zero policy, but many of the critical minerals found on the deep seabed are important and - Speech Link
3. UK Deep Sea Mining Industry
20/02/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: timely and important. This year, we reached a critical point in the development of the UK’s deep sea - Speech Link
4. Transport Decarbonisation Plan
16/06/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: £2.8 billion.Electric vehicles will be critical because, as I said, cars account for 55% of emissions - Speech Link
2: still awaiting a hydrogen strategy, which will be critical if we are going to rely on hydrogen-powered trains - Speech Link
3: debates on hydrogen and the first debate on critical minerals in the UK Parliament, and I shall speak about - Speech Link
5. Minerals Mining (Barford)
29/10/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: by Warwickshire County Council as part of its minerals plan. The purpose of the site is the excavation - Speech Link
2: unable to comment on the detail of individual minerals local plans. I am sure he knew that I would say - Speech Link
3: plan for housing allocation, as they have to with minerals. That is why we have a system for how these things - Speech Link
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Steve Double MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 4408.
Public Enquiry Point:
Kirsty Benham, Critical Minerals Association, 125 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1AR. Tel: 07895 028 439
Critical Minerals Association acts as the group's secretariat. https://www.criticalmineral.org/
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