Carbon Negative Cement (ArchDaily)

    “If implemented, the material would take care of most of construction’s attempts at carbon reductions in one fell swoop” Dr. Andrew H. Dent The material replaces calcium carbonates with magnesium silicates and a lower temperature production process which in turn uses biomass fuels.   Carbon Negative Cement Wins Green Award | ArchDaily. Share

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Vertical living forest (ft)

The “greening” of tall structures should be part of planning gain, much in the same way as affordable housing quotas. Imagine a view of our cities of a series of green towers, living and breathing – the lungs of our most populated spaces…. living forests Christopher Woodward (ft) writes, “Bosco Verticale is the vision of

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Graphene – new conducting material

Manchester team closes in on graphene transistors By Stewart Mitchell (PC Pro magazine) Posted on 10 Oct 2011 at 10:53 The Manchester University team – which has been leading research into the much-hyped material graphene – claims it has developed a sandwich-like architecture that could see the material move closer to replacing silicon. The “Big

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