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The UK's concrete and cement industry is aiming to become net negative by 2050 by adopting a variety of methods, including decarbonised electricity and transport networks, fuel switching, greater use of low-carbon cements and concretes, and the use of Carbon Capture, Use or Storage (CCUS) technology for cement manufacture.

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Matt Chester on Oct 21, 2020

How practical is this vs. a switch to more sustainable building materials in the first place? I wonder how much this will start to look like the coal industry looking to patch in CCS to prolong its viability in the face of more carbon-free generation that doesn't require such measures to remain competitive and clean. 

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