In this episode, we talk about how new additives could be added to concrete to help it absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, which is a major contributor to climate change. By using these additives, concrete could become a "carbon sink," which means it could potentially store more carbon than it emits, making it a more sustainable building material. This could have a positive impact on the environment and help combat climate change.
(0:40) - New additives could turn concrete into an effective carbon sink
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