Molly Lempriere

Molly Lempriere is a features writer for NRI Digital, covering a range of energy topics.Before joining the team Molly worked as part of the editorial team at the European Business Review. She has contributed to a number of online magazines, in particular reviewing music and theatre for the Upcoming where she helped to cover both the London Film Festival and the Apple Music Festival.Molly studied English Literature at Brunel University.   

All articles by Molly Lempriere

  1. Mining in Eritrea: could a new potash project spur sustainable growth?

    The United Nations launched its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, with 193 countries agreeing to pursue the goals…
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    22 May
  2. Renewable energy projects at mines: read more in the new issue of MINE Australia

    The new issue of MINE Australia is out now. Click here to read on any device. For years, mining has…
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    15 May
  3. Copper, fjords, reindeer and controversy: inside Norway’s new arctic mine

    In February 2019, the Norwegian Government officially gave the green light to the construction of a copper mine within the…
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    13 May
  4. Wearable safety technologies: read this and more in the new issue of MINE

    The new issue of MINE Magazine is out now. Click here to read on any device. The Venezuelan Government has…
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    26 Apr
  5. The potash mine helping to grow prosperity

    A recent report, Analysis of The Potential Contributions of Colluli Potash Project to Sustainable Development Goals in Eritrea, highlighted the…
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    25 Apr
  6. BioXtractor: sustainable precious metal extraction with a BRAIN

    As ore grades around the world continue to decline, companies are increasingly looking to ensure that they make the most…
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    24 Apr
  7. Gemstone mining map

    Rubies in Mozambique The Montepuez ruby mine in the north-east of Mozambique boasts the largest ruby asset globally and is…
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    17 Apr
  8. In time: the world’s biggest mines

    2650 BC – Grimes Graves, Britain In Norfolk, England, lies one of the best preserved and largest Neolithic mine sites….
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    1 Apr
  9. Time to talk about tailings dams

    On 25 January, a tailings dam at the Córrego do Feijão mine in Brumadinho, in the Minas Gerais region of…
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    27 Mar
  10. Mapping natural risks for South American miners

    Eastern Pacific Ocean, South America: El Niño 2019 El Niño occurs every few years, when ocean temperatures rise leading to torrential rains,…
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    19 Mar

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