Sustainable materials in the built environment: Innovation roundup

Growing attention to sustainability and an urgent need for scalable solutions have encouraged innovation in built-environment materials. Carbon-negative concrete, green steel, recycled bricks, and other new products are emerging to sustain global development while reducing environmental harm. Proact...

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