The company Greenland Minerals and Energy Limited (GMEL) is based in Perth, Western Australia. This year GMEL announced a major step forward in their plan to open one of the world’s largest uranium mines in southern Greenland, at Kvanefjeld. The mine will also produce fluoride, thorium and other rare earths.
What “other” rare earths? None of the things mentioned before are rare earths so the “other” shouldn’t be there.
As to uranium mining in Greenland, mining for the stuff where there’s 1 person per million km 2 (possibly an exaggeration) sounds like a jolly good idea really. And yes, I have met the people running this company and no, I don’t do business with them.