Aluminum is one of the world's most widely used metals, but producing it is a complex process. Here's a look at where it comes from.
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.
Metals mostly provided positive returns in 2021, with lithium and other industrial metals leading the charge while gold and silver slumped.
The amount of human-made (or anthropogenic) mass, has now exceeded the weight of all life on Earth, including humans, animals, and plants.
Smartphones can contain ~80% of the stable elements on the periodic table. This graphic details the critical metals you carry in your pocket.
This infographic ranks the world's richest 20 metals and mining billionaires, based on the Forbes Billionaires List.
This massive infographic reveals the dramatic scale of 2019 non-fuel mineral global production.
China uses more steel, cement, copper, nickel, and coal than the rest of the world combined. This chart shows China's incredible demand for commodities.
These critical minerals are needed for tech, defense, and industry, yet most of them are mainly imported from outside of the United States.