How a state has taken concrete measures to reduce a little-known carbon menace
New Jersey governor signs a law incentivizing cement makers to curb emissions.
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Concrete. It just sits there, doesn’t it?
Sure, after it is poured and has dried.
But while the world worries about carbon emissions from transportation, power generation, agriculture and more, the manufacture of u…
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