Global cement and concrete makers ramp up 2030 emissions target

Michael Holder
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Trade group GCCA touts vision of a zero carbon global economy 'literally built with green concrete'

Major cement and concrete manufactures around the world have agreed to accelerate the shift towards greener production methods, this week jointly pledging to slash CO2 emissions by a further 25 per cent...

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