Sustainability at its core

Trees are a sustainable managed resource that can significantly contribute to reducing our carbon emissions. Their sustainability credentials stand out amongst the many other benefits of building in timber. Forests are planted specifically to farm trees, planting and harvesting in a sustainable manner.

As trees grow, they naturally absorb carbon and this carbon is stored within the tree as it is farmed and transformed into structural timber products. Meanwhile, new trees are continually planted, absorbing far more carbon than older trees, expanding forests that in turn reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere. This is timber at its most sustainable.

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