European Green Cities – Trees to absorb CO2 – The Wooden Barometer

While there are many ways to reduce the environmental impact of the construction industry, using more wood is a promising option. Trees absorb CO2 as they grow, and using wood to build seals it away in buildings.

The Wooden Barometer – a guide that explains and divides complex structural knowledge about the use of wood in new construction in 5 steps, showing the climate and economic impact at each stage is now available in English.

For more information, contact Niels Toft, Head of Sustainability, JJW Architects.

Link to the report

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