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Cement Sustainability Initiative assesses progress made on its Agenda for Action after three years, including on carbon emissions and occupational health & safety

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7 June 2005

Cement Initiative assesses progress made on its "Agenda for Action"

Author: Cement Sustainability Initiative

One of the largest global sustainability programs ever undertaken by a single industry sector, the Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI), released its first progress report today, three years after making its Agenda for Action public...the CSI report documents the delivery of pledges made in 2002, in particular in CO2 emissions, the use of fuels and raw materials and occupational health and safety.

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1 June 2005

[PDF] Progress report

Author: Cement Sustainability Initiative

[Chapter headings:] Climate protection and CO2 management, Responsible use of fuels and materials, Employee health and safety, Emissions monitoring and reporting, Local impacts on land and communities [participants: Ash Grove Cement, Cemex, Cimpor, Uniland, CRH (Cement Roadstone Holdings), Gujarat Ambuja Cements, HeidelbergCement, Holcim, Italcementi, Lafarge, Secil – Companhia Geral de Cal e Cimento, Shree Cement, Siam Cement, Taiheiyo Cement, Titan Cement, Votorantim]

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