This is of course a pretty big debate - how 'green' are EVs in reality? It's a debate happening in a lot of Western societies.
This article/column by John Naughton of The Observer is quite challenging reading for anyone who owns an EV.
While it does well to highlight some of downsides/issues with EVs, I think it lacks some balance because it doesn't list any of the downsides/issues of petrol and diesel cars.
But, what I do like about it is that the author is an EV driver. And he's sort of 'fessing up' to his own concerns about things like the mining of lithium and cobalt.
One detail about the 'break even point' of driving a Tesla 3 in terms of offsetting the carbon impact. He states it's 8,000 miles as though that's high. I think that's pretty low and to be celebrated. Unless I've misunderstood something!