With technological progress and industrial restructuring, the cement industry is actively introducing a circular economy and has become an international pioneer in net-zero carbon emissions through alternative fuels, alternative raw materials, waste heat power generation, green power development, and carbon capture technologies.
With the pressure of international net-zero emissions and the clarion call for carbon tariffs in Europe and the United States, countries have formulated relevant policies to devote themselves to energy conservation and carbon reduction.
Carbon neutrality, inflation, and rising energy costs will speed up the restructuring of the textile fiber supply chain. Suppliers with vertically consistent factories and green products are expected to win.
In recent years, extreme climate has intensified and natural disasters have continued to be tragic. People all over the world have seen it, and related carbon reduction issues have resurfaced. Net Zero, Carbon Neutral, and Carbon Negative have become popular keywords, but what do you really understand about these?
Countries are actively developing heavy industries, manufacturing, and infrastructure to drive market growth, but they often pay environmental costs accordingly. Approximately 70% of global greenhouse gas emissions come from infrastructure construction and operations, such as power plants, buildings, and transportation. What will be the effect of promoting society's emphasis on low-carbon manufacturing?