How Clean Energy Is Increasing Worker Exploitation in DRC




The Democratic Republic of Congo holds more than half of the world’s reserves of cobalt. Demand for the element, which is used in many electronics, has tripled in the last decade—and it’s expected to double again by 2030. VICE News went to see if that soaring demand is driving illegal mining and the exploitation of workers.

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