Could getting to Net Zero double the cost of cement?

Madeleine Cuff
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Credit: Nicola Margaret

President of the World Cement Association argues technologies such as carbon capture can slash emissions but they will also make cement more expensive

Concrete is quite literally the global economy's building block. It is responsible for some of the most iconic architecture, from the brutalist buildings of the Barbican to the soaring ceiling of Rome's...

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