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  1. Mining vehicles – a ride through time
  2. Finding tin on the seafloor
  3. Mining’s big environmental footprint in the Amazon
  4. VAMOS: accessing abandoned mine sites with underwater robots
  5. Keshi places order with UQM for explosion-proof E-drive systems

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Mining vehicles – a ride through time

From the iconic minecart of the American Gold Rush to the unfathomably big Bagger 288, and the classic CAT 797 to today’s cutting edge unmanned and electric vehicles, we trace the evolution of mining machines through time.

Finding tin on the seafloor

For thousands of years mining waste has been washed into the sea off the coast of Cornwall thought to be lost forever. Now, Marine Minerals is preparing to recover the tin that went down with it.

Launch of the Tembo 4×4 e-LV EVO2

The Tembo 4x4 e-LV EVO2 is the second edition of worlds’ first zero-emissions electric light vehicle for mining featuring a completely new drivetrain and energy management system.

Mining’s big environmental footprint in the Amazon

The impact mining has on deforestation of the Amazon rainforest is much greater than previously thought, according to a new study by the University of Vermont. What are the major components of mining’s huge environmental footprint in the Amazon, and what can be done to improve the situation?

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