‘Timber cities’ could save a billion tonnes of emissions by 2100, scientists sayadmin1GWMIhttps://www.timberindustrynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/cropped-favicon-32×32.png

Making new homes out of wood instead of steel and concrete could avoid more than 100 billion tonnes of CO2 being emitted over the next 80 years, and help avoid climate catastrophe, scientists have said. More timber plantations will be … Continue reading

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