This report outlines the different stages required to accurately calculate a steel product's environmental footprint.
worldsteel's Climate Action Programme recognises steel producers taking part in the worldsteel CO2 emissions data collection programme.
World crude steel production for the 66 countries reporting to the worldsteel was 136.3 million tonnes (Mt) in November 2017, a 3.7% increase compared to November 2016.
A daring design that shows off the best of steel is the result of a collaboration between a Swedish fashion designer and an innovative steel manufacturer.
worldsteel's Head of Economic and Statistical Analysis, Adam Szewczyk, discusses the factors influencing Indian steel's growth potential.
worldsteel today announced the World Championship Finalists for the 12th steelChallenge. This year’s challenge attracted 1,515 participants from 50 countries.
worldsteel has published its 2017 Steel Statistical Yearbook. This publication presents a cross-section of steel industry statistics from 2007 to 2016
worldsteel is pleased to announce the launch of its website dedicated to steel in construction, constructsteel.org.
Offshore installations, such as wind farms and tidal power stations, are utilising innovative techniques to resist extreme weather conditions and the corrosive, battering force of the sea.
World crude steel production for the 66 countries reporting to worldsteel was 145.3 million tonnes (Mt) in October 2017, a 5.9% increase compared to October 2016.
worldsteel Director Andrew Purvis gives his impressions of COP 23 and explains how steel will inevitably play a vital role in enabling the goals of the Paris agreement to be met.