Sustainability

The new Timber TED courses provide a comprehensive understanding of timber design and support practical development of vital timber skills
Knowledge and skills triumph with first TimberTED students
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The new Timber TED courses provide a comprehensive understanding of timber design and support practical development of vital timber skills, according to the first group of students to graduate. The first group of TimberTED students have completed their course. The first full Timber Technology Engineering Design (Timber TED) courses began...
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Timber industry roadmap to net zero carbon
Net zero roadmap offers timber businesses carbon and cost savings
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A new timber industry net zero roadmap aims to accelerate the productivity, sustainability, and innovation of the sector to better meet the needs of a low-carbon world. Commissioned by Timber Development UK (TDUK) in collaboration with eleven UK timber trade associations*, the Timber Industry Net Zero Roadmap was developed following...
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The timber industry Net Zero Roadmap
Net Zero Roadmap
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The Net-Zero Roadmap project wants to establish a clear route to net-zero by 2050 for the industry. The roadmap highlights the key areas where the timber industry can make a difference.
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Wood Awards 2022 Summary
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Timber Development is proud to be the lead organisers of the Wood Awards 2022 and going forward. This year Timber Development UK (TDUK) became the lead organisers of the Wood Awards after being a main sponsor and member of the steering group for previous years. TDUK is the largest, most...
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New courses promote timber technology
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A new series of Timber Technology Engineering Design courses are being launched, following a successful pilot, to encourage built environment professionals to embrace designing with timber and build net zero structures.    The Timber TED courses have been developed by the New Model Institute for Technology & Engineering (NMITE), in...
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Timber Development UK supports Broader Market Recognition at COP27
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At COP27 on Wednesday 16 November, TDUK presented as part of a high-level event at the Indonesian Pavilion, to support “Creating Incentives through Broader Market Recognition of National Systems”. As the private sector, TDUK advocates that good forest governance must be supported with strong market incentives, and the Broader Market...
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Net Zero
Embodied Carbon Bill stumbles at second reading
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Last Friday saw the second reading of the Carbon Emissions (Buildings) Bill, a Private Member’s Bill being sponsored by Jerome Mayhew, MP for Broadland and a member of the influential Environmental Audit Select Committee. This motion aimed to ensure that whole-life carbon emissions are reported upon construction and that legal...
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Good governance the key to reverse forest loss and degradation
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The 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference - COP27 took place in Egypt this month, marking another important milestone in our fight against climate change. COP27 seeks to accelerate global climate action through emissions reduction, scaled-up adaptation efforts and enhanced flows of appropriate finance. As we saw in Glasgow last...
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Supply chain maps
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This free interactive step-by-step toolkit will help you complete Due Diligence on your timber imports, and comes with a free reporting template to get you started.
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No-Import Declaration Form (Agent)
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Part of the RPP annual audit toolkit,
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