Rethinking Our Carbon Future

Forests are part of the solution.

What is the most effective and sustainable ‘technology’ we have to meet the challenges of climate change? Forests. Working with other renewables, bioenergy is helping us reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. Mass timber is reducing the need for carbon intensive materials in our buildings. And wood and fiber based packaging is replacing the plastics and other non-renewable materials in the products we rely on every day.

See how forests - and their products and benefits - are providing innovative solutions to help us rethink our carbon future for the better.

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Climate Resilience: An urban case study

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As our cities continue to grow, so do the challenges they face. Launched on Arbor Day in 2020, the Boise City of Trees Challenge is an ongoing story of community and collaboration to address climate change.

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Protected: Just add wood: a microscopic climate solution

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Michael Green, Architect

The Future of Fuel | Biomass

Cities have long been labs for innovation. And thankfully, cities have an ace up their sleeve: forests. Meet Michael Green, pioneer and architect.

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A climate solution hidden in plain sight

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As our cities continue to grow, so do the challenges they face. Reimagine the way society lives, works, and plays by moving our cities from climate problems, to climate solutions.

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The 5 Flavors of Climate Denial

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For the better part of the last 20 years, there has been a growing body of misinformation that has shaped – and successfully slowed – the climate change debate.

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Are Net Zero Commitments Failing?

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Since we first started talking about net zero + forest-climate solutions, we’ve seen an explosion in commitments being made. But what does that mean?

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