The amount of human-made (or anthropogenic) mass, has now exceeded the weight of all life on Earth, including humans, animals,...
Humanity produces a staggering amount of sand, steel, and cement every year to build the cities and spaces we live in.
Wright's Law, a rule of thumb initially observed in the aircraft industry, helps us see why the cost of solar power has been underestimated.
Energy technologies are often mineral-intensive. This chart shows how the energy shift is creating massive demand for minerals.
The advantages of nuclear energy make it a critical part of our energy mix. But how does it fit into the transition to clean energy?
Electricity generated by wind and solar helped to force a record fall in global coal power in 2020. Renewables rose by 15% while coal use dropped...
Lithium supply security is a growing concern for governments and companies in Europe on the road to mainstream EV adoption.
Commodity prices have been on the uptrend since 2020. This chart shows 10 commodities with significant price increases over the last year.
The energy transition will be mineral intensive and create massive demand for all the metals in renewable technologies.
Global steel production has tripled over the past 50 years, with China's steel production eclipsing the rest of the world.
Declining battery costs are making electric vehicle prices more competitve. By 2023, EV prices could be on par with similar gas-powered vehicles.