Ten materials, including cobalt, lithium, graphite, and rare earths, are deemed critical by all three.
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?
From the electrical grid to EVs, copper is a key building block for the modern economy.
Lithium production has grown exponentially over the last few decades. Which countries produce the most lithium, and how has this mix evolved?
Many new technologies critical to the energy transition rely on copper. Here are the world's largest copper producers.
Disruptive materials are experiencing a demand supercycle. See how these materials are helping revolutionize next generation technologies. (Sponsored)
Aluminum is one of the world's most widely used metals, but producing it is a complex process. Here's a look at where it comes from.
Rare earth magnets are the most powerful magnets in the world. How does their strength compare with other common magnets?
This infographic breaks down $90.4 billion in non-fuel mineral production by state.
This chart tracks the history of lithium prices, which surged 497% in 2021 to reach a record high.