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How do you compare building standards and net zero operational targets?

How do you compare building standards and net zero operational targets?

Good Homes Alliance and Woodknowledge Wales commissioned an energy modelling report to compare different low energy building standards. The paper seeks to illustrate how the choice of a building standard ...
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Are modern UK forests suited to help restore biodiversity?

Can productive forests provide both carbon storage and enhanced biodiversity? In the public debate across national media and the twittersphere this seems unlikely. Confor’s new Biodiversity, Forestry and Wood report ...
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Home-Grown Homes Project updates- July 2020

A new timber frame manufacturing group, an extension request for project partner Cardiff Met and trying out an overheating risk assessment tool. Home-Grown Homes project manager David Hedges, brings us ...
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Re-foresting: the potential for timber villages

Re-foresting: the potential for timber villages

Results from a study on production strategies for the Northern Forest. As England is launching a consultation on its future tree planting strategy, we’re looking at results of a recent ...
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The Foundational Economy and its impact on the timber construction sector in Wales

The Foundational Economy and its impact on the timber construction sector in Wales

Gary Newman, Chief Executive of Woodknowledge Wales expores what the Foundational Economy is, why Welsh Government are interested in it and what it means for the Welsh timber sector. The ...
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