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.
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.
This graphic from Wood Mackenzie shows how nickel and lithium mining can significantly impact the environment, depending on the processes used.
Graphite represents almost 50% of the materials needed for batteries by weight, no matter the chemistry.
This visualization explores how responsible mining will be essential to meet the demand for copper and nickel.
Aggregate minerals are a necessary part of maintaining our quality of life, but just how much do we rely on them each year?
Aggregates account for half of the industrial minerals produced in the United States.