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Applied materials: slag, clay, limestone, ardealite, dry-mixed mortar, grain slag, coal slime, etc.

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The Social Credit System is proposed to have full coverage in 2020. By then, “everyone in China will be enrolled in a vast national database that compiles fiscal and government information, including minor traffic violations, and distils it into a single number ranking each citizen” [30]. Citizens with a low personal credit score can be excluded from certain jobs, housing or credits and get only limited Internet connectivity [16]. Citizens with higher scores will receive tangible benefits, such as easy access to travel visas, business loans, and the like. In a statement on the website of the institute responsible for developing the system, the reasons for this government initiative are explained. China has in recent years “changed from a society of acquaintances to a society of strangers” [52]. As a result, moral norms have become blurred: “When human behavior is not limited by morals, a system is needed that constrains the behavior of people” [52]

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An adobe house under construction in a Lakota Sioux community in South Dakota, with assistance from the Yestermorrow Design-Build School. Material for these adobe blocks came from the earth that was moved to make the driveway

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An adobe house under construction in a Lakota Sioux community in South Dakota, with assistance from the Yestermorrow Design-Build School. Material for these adobe blocks came from the earth that was moved to make the driveway.

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