New study cites growing demand for minerals

Posted on February 15, 2012 by Minerals Make Life

A new study issued this week by KPMG International reported that “in 2030 it is predicted that some 83 billion tons of minerals, metals and biomass will be extracted from the earth: 55 percent more than in 2010,” reinforcing that the demand for material resources will continue to increase throughout the next 20 years.

Read the full report, “Expect the Unexpected: Building Business Value in a Changing World,” here.

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