From the electrical grid to EVs, copper is a key building block for the modern economy.
Wealthy countries consume large amounts of natural resources per capita, and the U.S. is no exception. See how much is used per person.
Curious how much of a metal you get for $1,000? This infographic compares the amount of precious and industrial metals worth $1,000.
Many new technologies critical to the energy transition rely on copper. Here are the world's largest copper producers.
Battery metal prices have surged over the last year, with one tonne of lithium now worth over $75,000.
See the 2.8 billion tonnes of metals mined in 2021.
Metals are needed to build the clean energy transition's infrastructure, but how much carbon does mining and refining these metals emit?
Electric vehicles can have 6 times more minerals than a combustion vehicle and be on average 340 kg heavier.
Which key minerals power the lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles?
This infographic breaks down $90.4 billion in non-fuel mineral production by state.