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- From Michael Lenox posted by SolveCast
- 3 months ago
- Starts 415 seconds
I think people think less about industrials. So everything that we manufacturer and build and mine there's potential for admissions. And in particular, three sectors we highlight in the book are steel, cement and petrochemicals. You know, these are things that are kind of the backbone of our modern society of industrialized world. They have thousands of abuses and, and various products and services and they each have their own particular greenhouse gas emissions that they create in the production again of steel and cement and petrochemicals.
- From Bill Gates posted by SolveCast
- 7 months ago
- Starts 73 seconds
Manufacturing. Here we're talking about all the stuff we buy: furniture, beds, the cars themselves, all of those things. Just the very process of making cement is CO2 emitting.There’s a lot of embedded energy. We'll have to change the way that we do that manufacturing.
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