Canary Media, Oct 30: – The industries that produce the building blocks of modern society — steel, cement and chemicals — are incredibly carbon-intensive. And since we’ll always be dependent on at least some amount of these materials, we need to figure out how to produce them without sending staggering quantities of planet-warming CO2 into the atmosphere. Thanks in part to a little law you may have heard of called the Inflation Reduction Act, the U.S. is on pace to slash emissions from two of its most carbon-intensive sectors: transportation and power generation. But emissions from industry, which stem primarily from steel, cement and chemicals production, might not even budge over the next decade. Learn how carbon-cutting can happen right now across heavy industry. ARTICLE.