To address affordability challenges and the shortage of skilled labor and rising material costs, developers are building 3D-printed homes. San Francisco–based company, Mighty Buildings, is also adapting its technology to mass-produce homes without releasing too much carbon into the atmosphere. It’s partnered with a company that figured out how to trap those emissions in an innovative low-carbon cement. “We make houses as tools to fight climate change,” said cofounder Sam Ruben.
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