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The Cement Industry and Global Climate Change: Current

2003-1-1  Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Volume II J. Gale and Y. Kaya (Eds.) Published by Elsevier Science Ltd 995 THE CEMENT INDUSTRY AND GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE: CURRENT AND POTENTIAL FUTURE CEMENT INDUSTRY CO2 EMISSIONS Natesan Mahasenanl, Steve Smith2 and Kenneth Humphreysl IPacific Northwest National

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The Cement Industry and Global Climate Change: Current

DOI: 10.1016/B978-008044276-1/50157-4 Corpus ID: 128326914. The Cement Industry and Global Climate Change: Current and Potential Future Cement Industry CO2 Emissions @inproceedings{Mahasenan2003TheCI, title={The Cement Industry and Global Climate Change: Current and Potential Future Cement Industry CO2 Emissions}, author={N. Mahasenan and

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Bigger Climate Action Emerging in Cement Industry

2021-12-1  UN Climate Change News, Bonn, Oct 26 – The global cement industry is taking increasing climate action, encouraged by changes in policy, technology and new opportunities to raise profits and cut costs through reducing greenhouse gas emissions.. The full and willing participation of a sector which accounts for 5-6% of global emissions is critical to contribute to

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QA: Why cement emissions matter for climate change ...

2018-9-13  If the cement industry were a country, it would be the third largest emitter in the world. In 2015, it generated around 2.8bn tonnes of CO2,

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Cement Industry Initiative Releases Technology Roadmap

The document provides a pathway to decreasing cement industry CO2 emissions by 24% below current levels by 2050. Responsible for 7% of both the world’s industrial energy use and industrial CO2 emissions, the cement sector is the third-largest industrial consumer of energy in the world, and the second largest industrial emitter of CO2.

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Global 2 emissions from cement production

2020-6-8  The global production of cement has grown very rapidly in recent years, and after fossil fuels and land-use change, it is the third-largest source of anthropogenic emissions of carbon dioxide. The required data for estimating emissions from global cement production are poor, and it has been recognised that some global

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Cement Producers Are Developing a Plan to Reduce CO2 ...

2018-7-9  The World Cement Association recently held its first-ever global climate change forum, where industry leaders and scientists discussed strategies to

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Cement Industry Is at Center of Climate Change Debate ...

2007-10-26  “The cement industry is at the center of the climate change debate — but the world needs construction material for schools, hospitals and homes,”

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ESSD - Global CO2 emissions from cement production,

Abstract. Global production of cement has grown very rapidly in recent years, and, after fossil fuels and land-use change, it is the third-largest source of

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Cement as a climate killer: Using industrial waste to ...

2019-5-20  Producing cement takes a heavy toll on our climate: Around eight per cent of annual global carbon dioxide emissions can be attributed to this process. However, the demand for cement continues to rise.

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The Cement Industry and Global Climate Change: Current

DOI: 10.1016/B978-008044276-1/50157-4 Corpus ID: 128326914. The Cement Industry and Global Climate Change: Current and Potential Future Cement Industry CO2 Emissions @inproceedings{Mahasenan2003TheCI, title={The Cement Industry and Global Climate Change: Current and Potential Future Cement Industry CO2 Emissions}, author={N. Mahasenan and

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Systems Change Lab report accuses cement industry of ...

2021-10-28  World: A Systems Change Lab report on the state of climate change action has warned that the global cement industry is making insufficient progress towards its 2030 climate change targets and that a step-change in action is required. It recorded the carbon intensity of global cement production at 635kgCO 2 /t in 2018 with the 2030 target of no more than

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Laying the foundation for a zero-carbon cement industry ...

2020-5-14  Climate change and the cement industry: A baseline. The cement industry alone is responsible for about a quarter of all industry CO 2 emissions, and it also generates the most CO 2 emissions per dollar of revenue (Exhibit 1). About two-thirds of those total emissions result from calcination, the chemical reaction that occurs when raw materials such as limestone are

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Making Concrete Change: Innovation in Low-carbon

2018-6-13  As a key input into concrete, the most widely used construction material in the world, cement is a major contributor to climate change. The chemical and thermal combustion processes involved in the production of cement are a large source of carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions.Each year, more than 4 billion tonnes of cement are produced, accounting for around 8 per cent of

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Cement Producers Are Developing a Plan to Reduce CO2 ...

2018-7-9  The World Cement Association recently held its first-ever global climate change forum, where industry leaders and scientists discussed strategies to reduce the industry's carbon footprint.

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Cement as a climate killer: Using industrial waste to ...

2019-5-20  Producing cement takes a heavy toll on our climate: Around eight per cent of annual global carbon dioxide emissions can be attributed to this process. However, the demand for cement continues to rise.

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Cement Industry Is at Center of Climate Change Debate ...

2007-10-26  “The cement industry is at the center of the climate change debate — but the world needs construction material for schools, hospitals and homes,” said Olivier Luneau, head of sustainability ...

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Climate change and the UK construction industry -

2020-1-24  Climate change and the built environment. Although climate change has been rising up the agenda for some time, there has been a marked shift during the past year, which saw Theresa May's government commit the UK to achieving net-zero carbon by 2050 and Parliament pass a climate emergency declaration.

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South Africa - Cement industry news from Global Cement

2021-11-17  South Africa: PPC’s revenue grew by 20% year-on-year to US$324m in the first half of its financial year to 30 September 2021 from US$269m in the same period in 2020. Its earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) increased by 13% to US$59.6m from US$52.9m. The group reported that cement sales volumes rose by 12 – 15% in South

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Technologies and policies to decarbonize global industry ...

2020-5-15  The industry sector was responsible for 33% of global anthropogenic GHG emissions in 2014. This figure includes emissions from on-site fuel combustion, emissions from manufacturing processes, and indirect emissions associated with purchased electricity and heat; without indirect emissions, the industry sector was still responsible for 19% of global

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Laying the foundation for a zero-carbon cement industry ...

2020-5-14  Climate change and the cement industry: A baseline. The cement industry alone is responsible for about a quarter of all industry CO 2 emissions, and it also generates the most CO 2 emissions per dollar of revenue (Exhibit 1). About two-thirds of those total emissions result from calcination, the chemical reaction that occurs when raw materials such as limestone are

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Making Concrete Change: Innovation in Low-carbon

2018-6-13  As a key input into concrete, the most widely used construction material in the world, cement is a major contributor to climate change. The chemical and thermal combustion processes involved in the production of cement are a large source of carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions.Each year, more than 4 billion tonnes of cement are produced, accounting for around 8 per cent of

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Cement Producers Are Developing a Plan to Reduce CO2 ...

2018-7-9  The World Cement Association recently held its first-ever global climate change forum, where industry leaders and scientists discussed strategies to reduce the industry's carbon footprint.

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Cement Industry Is at Center of Climate Change Debate ...

2007-10-26  “The cement industry is at the center of the climate change debate — but the world needs construction material for schools, hospitals and homes,” said Olivier Luneau, head of sustainability ...

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Global Warming Has Concrete Problem When It Comes to

2019-10-4  Carbon dioxide and methane are the two greenhouse gas most responsible for global warming. The carbon dioxide emissions from the production of concrete are so high that if concrete were a country, it would be the third

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Climate change: this problem is bigger than cars and much ...

2019-10-10  Forty-two percent of that — about 10 percent of global emissions — comes from combustion to produce large amounts of high-temperature heat for industrial products like cement, steel, and ...

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Climate change and the UK construction industry -

2020-1-24  Climate change and the built environment. Although climate change has been rising up the agenda for some time, there has been a marked shift during the past year, which saw Theresa May's government commit the UK to achieving net-zero carbon by 2050 and Parliament pass a climate emergency declaration.

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The Facts about Architecture and Climate Change ArchDaily

2021-8-18  Industrial Infrastructure ... and design for, the impact of climate change. With 36% of global energy devoted to buildings and 8% of global

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The sponge effect and carbon emission mitigation ...

2020-7-29  Global cement cycle in 2014. Figure 1 illustrates the 2014 global cement cycle and the associated net CO 2 emissions balance (see “Methods”). Driven by the expansion and turnover of in-use ...

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Technologies and policies to decarbonize global industry ...

2020-5-15  The industry sector was responsible for 33% of global anthropogenic GHG emissions in 2014. This figure includes emissions from on-site fuel combustion, emissions from manufacturing processes, and indirect emissions associated with purchased electricity and heat; without indirect emissions, the industry sector was still responsible for 19% of global

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