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Cementing Europe's Future: Action Through Policy

20 September 2021, Published under Cement News

Cembureau will host a summit on 12 October 2021 entitled Cementing Europe's future: Action through policy . This is a live event that will be streamed from the Sofitel, Brussels, Belgium.  This event aims to highlight the key role the cement industry has to play towards Europe's 2050 ambitions and how this can be accelerated through policy. Following the EU Commission's 'Fit for 55%' package, this summit will serve as a  platform to delve deeper into the sector’s plans for carbon neutrali...

Cembureau to engage on Fit for 55 legislative package

16 July 2021, Published under Cement News

C EMBUREAU , the association of the European cement industry, is ready to engage on the Fit for 55 legislative package published by the European Commission on 14 July. "Delivering deep emission cuts by 2030 is a major challenge. It requires a coherent package that boosts the take-up of low-carbon technologies while addressing the risk of carbon leakage, at a time when the EU is increasing its climate ambition," said Koen Coppenholle, C EMBUREAU  Chief Executive. C EMBUREAU will engage...

The Concrete Initiative becomes an official partner of the New European Bauhaus vision

09 June 2021, Published under Cement News

The Concrete Initiative (TCI) has been approved as an Official Partner of the New European Bauhaus, an EU initiative and vision for a sustainable built environment based on the Green Deal objectives, reports C EMBUREAU . As a key contributor of construction materials and solution provider for the construction sector, the TCI will commit to the New European Bauhaus Initiative notably by drafting a manifesto of the concrete sector outlining the sector’s contribution to the Initiative and by...

Green Deal for Europe’s cement?

02 September 2020, Published under Cement News

With the coronavirus pandemic rapidly changing forecasts in cement markets worldwide, ICR speaks with Raoul de Parisot, president of the European cement association, CEMBUREAU, about the impact of COVID-19 on the region’s cement sector as well as the industry’s drive to reduce its carbon emissions. It is perfectly possible to keep construction sites and cement plants operational while respecting health and safety rules, according to Raoul de Parisot, CEMBUREAU president ...