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01 Jun 2021
In the last article of a 5-part FTN series, Matthew Hay of Forest Carbon answers commonly asked question about carbon markets, project development and additionality.
Forestry investor Brendan Duggan, head of the Timberblocks project, explains how database management and blockchains can open up timber management and forestry investment.
05 Apr 2021
Theme article in April by Dr Mowenna Spear of the BioComposites Centre at Bangor University.
MIchael Sernatinger of German start-up Carbonauten explains their circular economy model of harnessing carbon as a raw material.
Gary Newman and Christiane Lellig of Woodknowledge Wales outline essential strategies for an emerging forest nation.
Saw doctoring is one of the most valuable and specialist skills in timber manufacturing. BSW have developed the UK's first saw doctoring course.
Marlene Cramer reports on a project that investigates how we can reintroduce circularity into modern timber construction.
Team Esteem of Herriot Watt University is a multidisciplinary group of students designing a self-sufficient house - and talk about the use of CLT.
Andrew Leslie, Imam Sayyed and Lorenza Pozzi give an update on spruce trials.
Stef Kaiser meets an Austrian forest ranger who deals with almost as many people as trees.