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ernment is finding further opportunities to reduce the carbon footprint of the Province. Forests Minister, Pat Bell, has added his voice to the Government promotion of wood. He says new initiatives are being announced which will promote its use over other building products such as cement and steel. Mr. Bell says builders need to start finding ways to incorporate wood into their construction plans…

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Mr. Bell says the forest industry has established a goal of achieving carbon neutrality across all operations and all sectors by the year 2015, without purchasing carbon offset credits.

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