Ten materials, including cobalt, lithium, graphite, and rare earths, are deemed critical by all three.
With more renewables and EVs plugging into the grid, copper and nickel are essential building blocks for the energy transition.
These visuals highlight the uranium mining industry and its output, as well as the trajectory of nuclear energy from 1960 to today.
China has dominated global steel production the past few decades, but how did the country get here, and is its production growth over?
Globally, central banks bought a record 1,136 tonnes of gold in 2022. How has central bank gold demand changed over the last three decades?
The global titanium supply chain is heavily dependent on Asian countries, including China. See where titanium comes from in this infographic.
Wealthy countries consume large amounts of natural resources per capita, and the U.S. is no exception. See how much is used per person.