When building houses, roads, and any other construction near water or oceans, concrete is the most commonly used material for its strength and durability. But unfortunately, the high uses of cement in many places around the world contribute to global warming.
How does cement become used?
Cement is a construction material that is made by grinding calcined limestone and clay into a fine powder. This powder is then combined with water, sand, and gravel to form concrete, which is widely used in construction projects around the world. However, the production of cement releases a significant amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which contributes to global climate change. As the demand for cement grows, so does its impact on the environment. Researchers are exploring ways to reduce the environmental impacts of cement production, but until then, it remains a significant contributor to climate change.