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LafargeHolcim has signed a statement calling for the adoption of a new global climate agreement.

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Building materials giant supports new climate agreement

Construction materials multinational LafargeHolcim has thrown its support behind a petition to adopt a new global climate agreement. Read more »
FearFest features a zip line that allows you to travel 80m across the flooded quarry at about 65km an hour.

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‘Haunted’ quarry set to scare

A Halloween attraction has capitalised on the sinister atmosphere associated with disused quarries by embellishing on a village’s industrial history. Read more »
The Rock Print installation was constructed by “jamming” loose rock together with string.

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Researchers develop ‘reversible’ construction method

An architectural installation constructed from loose rock has demonstrated a new, fully reversible building process that could rival the use of concrete. Read more »
Rowan University has purchased the “fossil quarry” in Mantua Township in order to preserve the site for future research.

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Fossil quarry may hold key to dinosaur mystery

A university has purchased a quarry containing fossils that may provide insight into the mass extinction of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Read more »


 


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