Research shows wood buildings are cleaner and cheaper

Chad Oliver, Director of Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry at Yale University, conducts research on how increasing wood harvest would have profound positive impact on the environment. Check out his most recent article from


“Swapping steel, concrete, or brick for wood and specially engineered wood equivalents would drastically reduce global carbon dioxide emissions, fossil fuel consumption and would represent a renewable resource. What’s more, managed properly this can be done without loss of biodiversity or carbon storage capacity.”

Wood is good. Ben Margot/AP || Click the image to read the article