Maj Gen Nilendra
Career in Law on Mines, Metals and Exploration

Career in Law on Mines, Metals and Exploration

Following India's Chandrayaan- 3 touch down on Moon' s south polar region,the scientists are carefully watching data relating to  valuable space resource exploration and engineering.
A new 'arms race' among countries for critical minerals has highlighted the increased focus on rules relating to global trade and commerce, security norms and IPR issues relating to designs for latest exploration technology.
Critical minerals include cobalt, lithium, nickel, graphite, copper, neodymium, manganese, chromium, silicon, zinc and rare earths, etc.  
The legal aspects applicable to electric cars, wind and solar projects and battery storage systems have come in for increased study so as to facilitate seamless manufacture and supply chains. Coupled with these regulations are norms relating to renewable energy and role of International Energy Agency (IEA).Oversight on  processing and refining  processes have assumed greater relevance.Free Trade Agreement regime is facing increased reliance.
The playlist 'Nurturing Smart Teachers' produced by Lex Consilium Foundation carries a presentation by Mr RK Sinha, former Controller General of Indian Bureau of Mines and an expert in the sphere.The videos on link below would hugely benefit existing and aspiring law teachers keen to acquire specialisation in teaching of above laws.
Apart from the above, useful matter for the information of aspiring teachers of law in this regard may be seen in the tabulation compiled at the link below.

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