Decarbonising cement: the role of institutional investors
Concrete, and therefore cement, is everywhere. From houses to hospitals, cement forms the very foundation of our industrialised societies.
Yet this seemingly innocuous substance has a carbon footprint equivalent to the third largest country on earth – accounting for 8 per cent of global emissions.
This report outlines why cement is so carbon-intensive, how the industry can decarbonise, and why institutional investors need to act.