The world’s material consumption is expected to grow from 41 billion tonnes in 2010 to about 89 billion tonnes by...
Where will the world's next megacities be by 2030?
This infographic breaks down $90.4 billion in non-fuel mineral production by state.
Cities are the engines of the economy and need metals to run. Here's how the rise of megacities will drive metal demand well into the future.
More than half of the world’s population is projected to be in the middle class by 2030. In this graphic, we analyze the group’s impact on...
The amount of human-made (or anthropogenic) mass, has now exceeded the weight of all life on Earth, including humans, animals, and plants.
The graphic takes a look at the world’s largest mining companies by market capitalization and the metals they produce.
Humanity produces a staggering amount of sand, steel, and cement every year to build the cities and spaces we live in.
Global steel production has tripled over the past 50 years, with China's steel production eclipsing the rest of the world.
The UN's Food and Agricultural Organization's food price index has increased since mid-2020 for nine months straight, with meat prices lagging behind.