Making cement more sustainable

The sheer amount of cement used across the globe magnifies its environmental impact. Sharing best practice can help the industry reduce its carbon footprint, boost biodiversity and improve water management, writes Graham Sprigg

by Graham Sprigg
Tunstead cement plant in Derbyshire has implemented biodiversity management plans. Photograph: Simon Harrod/Flickr
Tunstead cement plant in Derbyshire has implemented biodiversity management plans. Photograph: Simon Harrod/Flickr

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