The car in front is electric: Push for a greener world will lead to a new commodity cycle

Demand for EVs could spark minerals popularity

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James Johnstone of RWC Partners
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James Johnstone of RWC Partners

Environmental damage will present a significant obstacle to the development of both developed and emerging markets. The impact of climate change on basic necessities is set to cost governments and companies trillions of dollars.

Several emerging market populations are growing exponentially and the global demand for resources is so large that human expansion could be finally leading to Malthusian shortages. As a result, some...

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