Why don’t Official Battery Life Of A Music Teacher T-shirt you mention what we need to mine for catalytic converters first? Why don’t you mention metals, fuel and crude oil for plastics first? What we mine for batteries is mostly done in desert like places from salt lakes as the photo on the article suggests, but you make out it is the bad guy in mining compared to what we already do! Why? We should be concentrating on reducing the number of privately owned vehicles which use all sorts of raw materials not just lithium. Where is the metal and plastic coming from? Plastic is made from oil. A good start would be a proper public transport system. However, we need to change our life style and live a simpler life. Above all, the earth needs fewer human beings. The following needs to be fact checked: “The approximate amount of lithium on earth is between 30 and 90 million tons. That means we’ll will run out eventually, but we’re not sure when. PV Magazine states it could be as soon as 2040, assuming electric cars demand 20 million tons of lithium by then.19 July 2021”. How is that headline fair? Phone batteries are tiny compared to those in electric cars or even bikes. If you have to blame consumers, at least blame the right ones, but who is really to blame is governments desperate to get on the bandwagon of electric car production without any though about the environmental impact of those cars. I heard to processed this lithium need huge amount of water that could drained water reservoir for a region. Lithium might be abundance but we might lost our fresh water supply. Then again who cares to poor people without water in some middle of nowhere….Money talks louder than humanity. You’d think with everything else wed find a way to make a new element by combining others into a new alloy of some sort that has the same properties or at minimum requires way less lithium than the rest. BBC.
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Funny how we’ve just mined Afghanistan for 20 years, pull out all the troops and now we are looking for somewhere else. Destroying more of the planet producing more co2 in the process cleaner cars but what’s the cost of producing these new cars and there battery’s. Think about it these battery’s are also non recyclable so what happens to them in 10 years when they have to be replaced. Land fill !?!? Its not the answer. 60% of the world’s supply of cobalt comes from the Democratic Republic of the Congo where large numbers of unregulated mines use children as young as seven as miners. The largest use of cobalt is in all portable electronics that we use; cell phones, laptop, computers, tablets, which are all powered by lithium-ion batteries. I know I’m an hypocrite for typing this comment with my cell phone. And soon gasoline engine will be something of the past, so the whole car industry will be powered on these kids backs…
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