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AbstractThis text explores the meaning of the expression "mined future," which has been used by local populations who oppose lithium production in Northern Portugal. We argue that the expression encapsulates the existence of a conflict for the "ownership" of future, unfolding a battle of visions of the future between local populations and governments. The local population sees the exploitation of lithium as a takeover of future. In contrast, the governments justify the project by promising adoi:10.1186/s40309-022-00209-3 fatcat:zadnnuhvhzc6rnit4wcxr2j26i