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Global Investors Call on Cement Industry to Decarbonise

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GALWAY, IRELAND--August 21, 2019--Written by Martin Lynch, European News Editor for Industrial Info (Galway, Ireland)--European cement makers are coming under pressure to reduce their greenhouse emissions by two major investor groups with $33 trillion in assets under management.

Within this article: Details call on cement industry to decarbonise, leading projects to reduce emissions, current European investment in European cement projects

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