Wood is one of the only truly renewable building materials. By building with sustainable timber, we help to grow global forests and combat climate change.
Increasing the use of sustainable timber is essential for lowering carbon emissions. This is because timber absorbs and stores carbon dioxide – up to one tonne per cubic metre – and can displace carbon intensive alternatives.
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engineerTimber – Design with Engineered Timber Products
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This webinar will focus on designing with engineered timber products
- Event short description (used on home page): This webinar will focus on designing with engineered timber products
This paper explains how to account for carbon in timber buildings and Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) by rigorously applying the latest European Standards and the RICS Professional Statement on Whole Life Carbon Assessment in the built environment.
TDUK Sustainability Series - Responsible Timber Sourcing
TDUK Sustainability Series - How to procure an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)
TDUK Sustainability Series - Timber, Carbon Sequestration and Building LCA's
TDUK Sustainability Series - Timber and the Circular Economy
TDUK Sustainability Series - Introduction to the TDUK Responsible Purchasing Policy