This infographic visualizes the 2.8 billion tonnes of metals mined in 2022.
Copper consumption for data centers in North America is estimated to jump from 197,000 tonnes in 2020 to 238,000 tonnes in 2030.
Investing in the transition from lead to copper is crucial for providing safe water to millions of Americans.
Just three countries—the U.S., Saudi Arabia and Russia—make up the lion’s share of global oil supply. Here are the world's biggest oil producers.
Coal still leads the charge when it comes to electricity, representing 35% of global power generation.
Mining represents 7% of British Columbia's GDP despite only accounting for 0.04% of the land use.
Currently, the U.S. has a backlog of more than 280 mining projects awaiting permits.
Global silver demand is poised to soar in the next decade, driven by emerging technologies like EVs and solar power.
The U.S. is heavily reliant on imports for many critical minerals. How import-dependent is the U.S. for each one, and on which country?
This graphic from Wood Mackenzie shows how nickel and lithium mining can significantly impact the environment, depending on the processes used.
Cobalt, an essential component for certain types of EV batteries, has seen a significant shift in its global production landscape.