London, 25 October 2019 - "We have made significant progress in 2018, and further improved our CO2 performance," says Christian Knell, President of VDZ (the German Association of Cement Manufacturers) which represents 15 German cement manufacturers with a total of 46 cement plants.

New York, 23 September 2019 - Last month, at the UN Climate Summit in New York, the problem of how to decrease industry emissions from the most energy intensive and hard-to-abate sectors was hotly discussed. Decreasing emissions from these sectors, including cement, steel, aluminium, chemicals, aviation and shipping is crucial, since these are forecast to be responsible for 15.7Gt of CO2 by 2050. 

London, 12 September 2019 – The World Cement Association (WCA) is urging the global cement industry to more effectively embrace decarbonisation and to increase efforts to adopt new technologies faster and put greater focus on innovation in order to make crucial progress on reducing CO2 emissions.

Washington, 21 March 2019 - The president of the World Cement Association (WCA), Song Zhiping, has presented his plans for the decarbonisation of the global cement industry, taking another step in promoting the sustainable development of the sector.

Washington, 15 March 2019 - WCA President Song Zhiping Participated in World Bank’s Energy and the New Climate Economy Plenary to deliver a keynote speech entitled ‘World Cement Industry Dedicated to Seeking Low-carbon Development Paths’

London, 22 October 2018 – The World Cement Association (WCA) today releases the WCA Climate Change Action Plan, the association’s manifesto for delivering its contribution to the objectives of the Paris Agreement to keep the global temperature rise well below two degrees.