Coal still leads the charge when it comes to electricity, representing 35% of global power generation.
Mining represents 7% of British Columbia's GDP despite only accounting for 0.04% of the land use.
Global consumption of coal surpassed 8 billion tonnes per year for the first time in 2022. Here are the countries using the most coal.
With Russia’s revenues from fossil fuel exports having declined significantly, which countries are still importing Russian fossil fuels?
Asia is on its way to account for half of the world’s electricity generation by 2025. How is this growing demand currently being met?
While Russia still makes billions from fossil fuel exports, revenues are declining. Here are the largest importers since the start of the invasion.
How much oil, coal, and natural gas do we extract each year? See the scale of annual fossil fuel production in perspective.
Wealthy countries consume large amounts of natural resources per capita, and the U.S. is no exception. See how much is used per person.
This table shows the fluctuating returns for various commodities over the past decade, from energy fuels to industrial and precious metals.
The year 2022 was full of volatility for commodity prices. This infographic charts the top 10 best and worst commodities by returns in 2022.