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With an increased focus and need to reduce Canada’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and the ongoing need to reduce transportation costs — in part as a result of carbon taxes —, identifying and implementing viable options for shifting to zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) and low-emission vehicles (LEV) in the forest industry have been of increasing interest due to their lower fuel use and lower GHG emissions.
In efforts to introduce forest-based bioproducts to new markets, FPInnovations — a Canadian research and development centre specializing in the creation of solutions that accelerate the growth of the Canadian forest sector all while reducing Canada’s carbon emissions — set up a remarkable concrete lab that opens the door for future collaborations and allows for exciting new ventures. Take a look!
A peer-reviewed article entitled “Chemical and structural characterization of hardwood and softwood LignoForce™ lignins” and co-authored by FPInnovations was published in the international journal Industrial Crops & Products (Volume 173, December 2021).
A peer-reviewed article entitled “A guide to eliminating baggy webs” and co-authored by FPInnovations was published in the internationally recognized technical publication TAPPI JOURNAL (June 2021, Volume 20 no. 6).
From October 15 to 18, 2021, Kyoto (Japan) will host the Woodrise international congress for the development of mid- and high-rise wood buildings. WOODRISE 2021 Kyoto, which will be held under the theme Wooden Buildings for Sustainable Development – from the Traditional to the Future, follows the 2019 event held in Quebec City (Canada) in 2019 and is a continuation of Woodrise’s activities on wood construction.