Description: As automakers race to go electric, there’s a big problem lurking underground. Companies are betting hundreds of billions of dollars on electric cars and trucks. To make them, they’ll need a lot of batteries. And that means they need a lot of minerals, like lithium, cobalt and nickel, to be dug up out of the earth.
Date: Mar 13, 2022
Questions for discussion:
- How has scarcity affected the businesses that mine these minerals for the electric car industry?
- What sourcing strategies should car companies use, in your opinion?
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