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The University of British Columbia's Earth Sciences Building has an extensive and innovative use of cross laminated timber. The facility has two five-storey...

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British Columbia has long been recognized as a transportation hub and a pivotal point for the movement of goods between North America and the Pacific Rim....

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naturally:wood presents structural design and transportation featuring the Brentwood Town Centre Station, Lansdowne Station and the Kingsway Pedestrian Bridge...

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Responsible resource management is essential if we are to reach the goal of true sustainable development. Sometimes this will mean using less, but it will...

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Forests play a critical role in filtering and renewing our air. Trees absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O), and release oxygen (O2). The carbon absorbed...

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Set to become a cultural hub for the 3,000 residents of Elkford, the Elkford Community Conference Centre is expected to enhance the community's ability to...

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In the international marketplace, jurisdictions are increasingly specifying forest certification requirements, backed by Chain of Custody (CoC), in their green...

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Lodgepole pine is the single most plentiful tree species in British Columbia. It grows throughout most of the Interior of the province from mid-elevation to...

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Innovative new technologies and building systems have enabled longer wood spans, taller walls and higher buildings, contributing to a wider range of wood...

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British Columbia has a wide-ranging response to the mountain pine beetle epidemic, which is expected to run its course by 2021. The province is focused on...

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British Columbia is renowned internationally for the quality and innovative use of wood in architecture. From the earliest First Nations longhouse to the...

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Yellow-cedar grows along British Columbia’s coastal region. It is a medium-sized tree growing up to 24 metres tall and 90 cm in diameter when mature. It often...

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