April 7th, local time, Danish Radio and Television (DR) reported that Greenland held an autonomous parliamentary election in Denmark. Inuit, the left-wing party, won, with a total of 9,912 votes and 36.6% of the support. Múte B., 34 years old. Egede) The political party will form a government.
Greenland is Denmark’s self-government, enjoying a high degree of autonomy and a resident population of about 56,000. One of the main issues of this parliamentary election is whether mining should be allowed in Kvanefjeld, South Greenland. The left-wing Inuit Party firmly opposes the mining project, and they are worried that the project may cause radioactive pollution in areas that depend on fisheries, sheep farming and tourism.
According to exploration, the Cowane Bay deposit has the second largest rare earth oxide reserves in the world, and its uranium reserves are the sixth largest in the world, in addition to a large amount of sodium fluoride. Because of this, the Cowane Bay deposit is considered to be one of the largest multi-element deposits in the world.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the Kowane Bay deposit not only contains uranium ore that can be processed as nuclear fuel, but also contains rare earth minerals that can also be used to produce electronic products such as smartphones, flat panel displays, lasers and aerospace equipment, and even for making climate friends such as wind turbines and electric vehicles. Good industrial products. ( Head Office reporter Hao Xiaoli)