Giving Consumers a Behind-the-Scenes Look at Sustainable Forestry
19 February, 2019
From housing and furniture to tissues and office paper, we all use forest products every
day. And we all share a personal responsibility to protect our forests
for the generations to come. Because trees provide the air we breathe,
clean water to drink and resources we need to live.
ITC-SA brings timber construction expertise to KZN Construction Expo
15 February, 2019
South Africa (ITC-SA),
body for the
place from 20-21
February 2019 at
New client in Uganda
14 February, 2019
Bay is proud to be adding value to the
business of a new client in Uganda, Busoga
Forestry Company, part of the Green
Resources AS (GRAS) group.
is one of the few major commercial forestry
owners in Uganda, also operating in Tanzania
Aid for Africa's power reaches
13 February, 2019
investment in the electrification of
sub-Saharan Africa has reached a record high
in recent years, as international donors
flock to help increase the region's access
to electricity. This
stands at only 35%, far lower than in any
other region in the world.
VTT develops a new sustainable way to turn forestry waste into transport fuels and chemicals
7 February, 2019
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd has developed a new
technique based on gasification, which offers a sustainable way to turn
forest industry byproducts, such as bark, sawdust and forestry waste,
into transport fuels and chemicals.
Timber construction: Finance, carbon tax and the green economy
15 January, 2019
A timber frame structure, be it a
primary residence, a holiday home, or an extension of an existing dwelling, is
a substantial investment. As such, most people, barring a fortunate few, will
need financial backing to have their timber frame dream realised.