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The uranium paradox

Australia’s uranium reserves are nothing short of colossal

10 June 2024

2:00 AM

10 June 2024

2:00 AM

Australia’s uranium mining industry is a paradox: home to the world’s largest reserves of recoverable uranium, and yet constrained by some of the strictest regulatory frameworks globally. As the world pivots towards cleaner energy sources and the nuclear power sector experiences a renaissance, Australia’s prohibitions on uranium mining appear increasingly anachronistic.

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