Building a future in timber

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As the Netherlands races to meet its climate and circular economy goals, it must make significant strides in a heavily polluting industry—construction—by meeting future demand for housing primarily through timber, according to a new report from the Community of Practice (CoP) Building with Wood (Houtbouw). The report details a value chain roadmap of how timber construction may develop in the Netherlands, illustrating enablers for a ‘Timber Revolution’ and barriers to realising this ideal.

Download the full report in Dutch or explore the English Digest.


December 16, 2020

Building a future in timber

Exploring the potential of building with timber, this report details a value chain roadmap of how timber construction may develop in the Netherlands.

As the Netherlands races to meet its climate and circular economy goals, it must make significant strides in a heavily polluting industry—construction—by meeting future demand for housing primarily through timber, according to a new report from the Community of Practice (CoP) Building with Wood (Houtbouw). The report details a value chain roadmap of how timber construction may develop in the Netherlands, illustrating enablers for a ‘Timber Revolution’ and barriers to realising this ideal.

Download the full report in Dutch or explore the English Digest.


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December 14, 2020

Building a future in timber

Building a future in timber

As the Netherlands races to meet its climate and circular economy goals, it must make significant strides in a heavily polluting industry—construction—by meeting future demand for housing primarily through timber, according to a new report from the Community of Practice (CoP) Building with Wood (Houtbouw). The report details a value chain roadmap of how timber construction may develop in the Netherlands, illustrating enablers for a ‘Timber Revolution’ and barriers to realising this ideal.

Download the full report in Dutch or explore the English Digest.


Building a future in timber

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As the Netherlands races to meet its climate and circular economy goals, it must make significant strides in a heavily polluting industry—construction—by meeting future demand for housing primarily through timber, according to a new report from the Community of Practice (CoP) Building with Wood (Houtbouw). The report details a value chain roadmap of how timber construction may develop in the Netherlands, illustrating enablers for a ‘Timber Revolution’ and barriers to realising this ideal.

Download the full report in Dutch or explore the English Digest.


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Building a future in timber

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As the Netherlands races to meet its climate and circular economy goals, it must make significant strides in a heavily polluting industry—construction—by meeting future demand for housing primarily through timber, according to a new report from the Community of Practice (CoP) Building with Wood (Houtbouw). The report details a value chain roadmap of how timber construction may develop in the Netherlands, illustrating enablers for a ‘Timber Revolution’ and barriers to realising this ideal.

Download the full report in Dutch or explore the English Digest.


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