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Athlete and actor Rick Fox is probably best known for his 13 years in the NBA, which included a "three-peat" run of championships with the Los Angeles Lakers at the start of the 21st century. Fox has also a been a familiar presence in movies and on television, appearing in dozens of roles including the HBO prison drama Oz and the reality show Dancing with the Stars.
NBA Champ Rick Fox Takes His Shot at Making 'Green' Concrete a Climate Solution
Partanna Global, a technology company that creates carbon-negative concrete, recently unveiled Home for the World—which it says is the Earth’s first climate resilient, carbon negative home.
This New Home Claims to Remove Carbon From the Atmosphere
 Fox started a company that makes a CO2-trapping alternative to traditional concrete.
Lakers legend Rick Fox built a house that can suck CO2 out of the atmosphere
Why Lakers legend Rick Fox is pivoting
to sustainable cement
Roughly 7% of all CO2 emissions come from cement production, and with populations rising, more buildings are going to be needed
Building Green: New Technologies to Create Less Polluting Cement
Former NBA star Rick Fox’s startup gets $12M pre-seed for concrete that removes CO2
Former NBA Star Rick Fox’s Startup Partanna Raises $12M in Pre-Seed Funding To Combat Climate Change
Three years ago, a hurricane devastated the Bahamas, claiming dozens of lives. Today, the country is building what it claims to be the world’s first carbon-negative housing community to reduce the likelihood of future climate disasters and to ease the shortage of homes caused by the storm.
A former NBA champion is changing ‘how the world builds’ to fight the climate crisis
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