Built in concrete, made with cement CEMBUREAU presents a series of projects, built in concrete and made with cement, which contribute to sustainability in Europe. FIND OUT MORE Self-healing concrete – the friendly bacteria that fixes cracks With a staggering 70% of European infrastructure made using concrete, it is vital structures The cement industry’s low-carbon roadmap to 2050 Find out how the cement industry's 5 Cs - Clinker, Cement, Concrete, Construction & The role of concrete in improving urban water management Urban development and climate change are leading to a growing threat of surface water Finding sustainable uses for non-recyclable waste With the environmental impact of raw materials used in the construction industry attracting increasing Cement’s role in a low-carbon future While cement manufacturing is a CO2-intensive activity, cement companies are also key innovators in Rehabilitating quarries – restoring biodiversity across Europe Quarrying is the first and vital step in cement production and limiting the environmental How is the cement sector approaching carbon capture technology? As part of a drive for greater sustainability, the cement industry is pursuing innovative How can cement ensure clean water and sanitation for the world’s growing urban population? The unique qualities of cement make it the perfect material to underpin drinking water Circular cement: processing waste to create cement in a circular economy Did you know that the cement industry is helping to make the circular economy Strength and beauty: How cement made the Portuguese Pavilion possible The sweeping canopy of the 1998 Portuguese National Pavilion is an iconic structure made possible by cement. The cement that absorbs carbon dioxide Cement can play a key role in meeting the targets for greenhouse gas emissions reduction set by the Paris climate agreement. Cement’s solution to plastic waste Plastic waste disposal has reached a tipping point across the world - cement may offer a sustainable means of reducing the environmental impact. The secrets of the world’s longest concrete tunnel The Gotthard Base Tunnel is an extraordinary feat of modern engineering. Running for 57km under the Swiss Alps, it is not only the world's... How cement is improving the health of Mexico’s poorest children Babies and young children love to crawl on floors and experiment with sensations of touch and taste. While this is a natural part of development, if the surface ... Can we 3D print a more sustainable society? From household items to medical uses, 3D printing is already enabling a wide variety Floating concrete: the untold story of offshore wind Offshore wind power production will be a key element of a more sustainable future energy mix, and cement is fundamental to its delivery.