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Gold rush in the 'lithium triangle'

PHOTO EXHIBITION APRIL - JUNE 2023 Felix Dorn, University of Vienna Post-doctoral researcher at the Department of Development Studies - Storytelling and documentary photography The world's largest (and most profitable) lithium deposits are found in South America's so-called ‘lithium triangle’, which stretches from the Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia) to the Salar de Atacama (Chile) and a series of smaller salt flats in northwest Argentina. In recent years, the boom around the ‘white gold’ lithium has given rise to a large number of new mining projects. +INFO


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