“Much of U.S. forestland is dedicated to commercial forestry— producing wood products, paper, fiber, and biofuels. Forestry and the continued economic value of wood’s supply chains are essential to maintaining forestland, supporting conservation projects, and protecting forests from land conversion. As the building sector seeks to decarbonize construction, there has been increasing emphasis on the potential for buildings to store carbon, in long-lived wood products like mass timber and engineered wood, locking up potential emissions and protecting them from fire and natural decomposition. However, there are questions about the full ecological impacts of increased timber production.” from Climate Smart Forestry
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