Marin broke ground last month with the passage of a new ordinance that regulates the production of concrete, a material whose manufacture results in an estimated 6 to 10 percent of global anthropogenic carbon emissions. 

The ordinance, the first of its kind nationwide, specifically sets new limits on the use of cement, the primary ingredient in . . .

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