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Shrinking cement's massive carbon footprint

Mehdi Rashidi, senior research scientist at Sublime Systems, conducts a strength test on a concrete column. (Photo by Daniel Ackerman/WBUR).
Mehdi Rashidi, senior research scientist at Sublime Systems, conducts a strength test on a concrete column. (Photo by Daniel Ackerman/WBUR).

Cement is the most massively human-produced material on earth, and the production of it emits an enormous amount of carbon into the atmosphere.

WBUR’s Daniel Ackerman explains how one startup in Massachusetts is working to shrink cement’s carbon footprint.

 

 

 

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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