Cobalt, an essential component for certain types of EV batteries, has seen a significant shift in its global production landscape.
Australia and Chile stand out as the largest producers of lithium, accounting for almost 77% of global supply.
Global gold production has grown exponentially since the 1800s, with 86% of all above-ground gold mined in the last 200 years.
Lithium production has grown exponentially over the last few decades. Which countries produce the most lithium, and how has this mix evolved?
Battery demand for electric vehicles, energy storage systems, and portable electronic devices is propelling lithium mining around the planet.
Where in the world are the largest gold mines?
Coal came under scrutiny for its high carbon emissions at COP26, but many countries are forecasted to increase coal production until 2024.
Despite being the world's biggest carbon polluter, China is also the largest producer of most of the world's critical minerals for the green revolution.
Global uranium production has been affected by world events throughout history. Here's how uranium production has evolved over 70 years.
The uranium market is at a tipping point. Here's how the forces of uranium supply and demand could change the direction of the industry.