Concrete has given rise to modern life. It is so ubiquitous and takes so many forms that it might be easy to forget about. Yet now there is increasing pressure to change the way we use and make concrete.
As cities warm and flood, as biodiversity is reduced and as water becomes more scarce worldwide – part of the blame is increasingly placed on concrete, the seemingly invisible foundation for our world. Cheddar explains.
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