Wood Species PDFs now available for download

Wood Species
Wood Species PDFs now available for download
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At TDUK we have made an upgrade to our Wood Species Library. In our ongoing effort to provide valuable resources for members, we have introduced downloadable PDFs for each wood species page, enhancing accessibility and ease of use. The Wood Species Library has so far offered an introduction to 139...
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A beacon of sustainable reuse built using reclaimed timber groynes
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The Durley Chine Environmental Hub is a showcase of sustainable design using repurposed timber. Comprising a Passivhaus education building, a café kiosk and public toilets, this visionary building was designed by TDUK members Footprint Architects and WSP for BCP council. On the promenade of one of Bournemouth’s popular Blue Flag...
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plantation plywood alternative to birch
Plantation plywood is a strong alternative to birch ply
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New TDUK member Miro Forestry & Timber Products is bringing plywood, edge glued panels, treated poles and other forest products to the UK from its sustainable timber plantations in West Africa. TDUK finds out more. Established in 2010, Miro Forestry & Timber Products is based in the UK and manages...
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Trade mission to Mexico
Trade mission to Selva Maya in Mexico and Guatemala – would you like to join?
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Would you like to explore tropical species and suppliers in Selva Maya in Mexico and Guatemala?  Would it help you to know how community forests are managed and supported by local NGOs to allow responsible and ethical sourcing? The Rainforest Alliance and ATIBT are organising a multinational trade mission to...
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forest degradation
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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