Turns out raw earth construction materials are great for the climate. In other words–Mud–it does your building good. Plus, Denmark plans to build an artificial island as the world’s first clean energy hub. In our International segment — the dominican republic tackles its trash problem, with an assist from germany, and oil giant Shell corporation promises to reach net-zero emission goals sooner than previously announced.
And Then There’s Mud–9,000 Year-Old Construction Technology, Denmark Builds a Clean Energy Hub Island, Germany Helps Dominican Republic Fix Trash Problem, and Shell Corp. Ups Its Net-Zero Goals
by The Climate | Mar 23, 2021 | Podcasts, The Climate Daily | 0 comments