Chile's lithium: Indigenous community fights multinational miners

Lithium has become one of the most sought-after minerals, crucial for the transition to renewable energy and used in batteries, laptops and even medication.
Chile is the world's second-largest producer, and it has become a hot spot for international mining companies looking to cash in on the lithium rush.
But on the Maricunga salt flats, Indigenous communities say mining puts the local environment at risk.
Al Jazeera's Latin America editor @Lucia Newman reports from Maricunga, Chile.

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