Mining in Latin America walks a tightrope.

On the one hand, the massive reserves of valuable minerals that corporations need to produce the digital devices and battery-driven products essential to the green energy revolution are there in abundance. On the other hand, the industry has been plagued by a history of unsustainable practices with regards to the environment and human rights, including accidents, scandalous greed and corruption, and missed economic opportunities to uplift communities and close huge disparities in wealth.

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