Technology for sustainability: Low-carbon concrete
Low-carbon concrete consists of industrial cement and mineral compounds such as calcined clays, fly ash, or blast-furnace slag. Depending on the dosage of additions, low-carbon concrete can reduce the carbon footprint of standard concrete by up to nearly 70 percent.
By providing a high volume, value-added end-of-life solution, low-carbon concrete has the potential to make a substantial positive impact on sustainable waste plastic management, as well as address the challenges posed by ongoing plastic production and increasing consumption.
Waste: The commodity of the future
Without a robust Net Zero strategy, climate commitments are worth zero
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In this collaborative video series with the UN Global Compact (UNGC), we aim to educate and empower viewers by showcasing how disruptive technologies can effectively drive impactful change towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.