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From August 2, 2017, we live on environmental credit, warns WWF's international nature conservation organization.

The day (overshoot day) is coming early. From August 2, 2017, we live on environmental credit, warns WWF's international nature conservation organization. The day (overshoot day) is coming early.

We have a decision to reduce cutting forests. You can take part in protecting the environment by choosing our decorative beams.

This will save you a one-hundred-year-old tree, which will reduce the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by 0.192 gigatonnes. Why should a tree be cut, provided you can use decorative beams?

Wooden beam:

heavy 100 - 300 kg

difficult to process

difficult to transport

installation is nightmare

requires constant maintenance

cracks

it twists

and above all, a tree is cut off

What's the benefit? 

Decorative beam is:

light - 500 g / m

processed and ready for installation

it is mounted quickly, easily and cleanly (everybody can).

it does not require maintenance / it is not necessary to lubricate it every year with expensive oil /

it does not crack

do not distort

no rot - no rotting fungi

and above all, it saves a tree

reduce cutting trees in forests.Destruction of forests is likely to be stop by 2020, but the delay in active action in this respect may double their loss by 2030. This is clear from the third chapter of the WWF's "Living Forests" report, called "Forests and Climate", released at the UN climate summit in South Africa. The document warns that the world could lose 55.5 million hectare of forest by 2020, even if urgent measures are taken to reduce deforestation. If the necessary actions are postponed, by the year 2030 the world will lose 124.7 million hectares of forests. Forests are vital to the welfare of the people and the wild, as well as to the global climate. Deforestation, in turn, leads to an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, says the WWF report. Forests are vital to the welfare of the people and the wild, as well as to the global climate. Deforestation, in turn, leads to an increase in the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, says the WWF report. The delay in the measures would lead to the loss of an additional 69 million hectares of forest world-wide and the release of at least 24 gigatons of carbon dioxide more into the atmosphere by 2030. This does not include the loss of forest degradation or carbon stored underground. At present, up to 20% of global carbon dioxide emissions come from deforestation and forest degradation, which is more than the total amount of global transport emissions. The report also notes that afforestation is not a solution as new plantings will not consume enough carbon dioxide before 2040 to offset the released emissions from deforestation. We from Decorative Beams Ltd. have a concrective solution that will reduce the deforestation of the forests. Use our decorative beams for decorative, façade and interior finishes.

Our product makes the use of a real tree unhelpful. So we

Our forests are disappearing while we are discussing how to save them, "said Bruce Kelley, WWF's Forensic and Climate Program Manager," The continued loss of forests will have severe consequences on the climate, nature and livelihoods of millions of people, we have to act now to protect the world's forests or we will lose them forever.

" According to the WWF, the South African climate summit provides a unique opportunity for governments around the world to unite in their efforts to stop global forests. It is expected that a plan will be adopted at the meeting, according to which the developed countries will compensate the financially developing ones in order not to cut their forests. The UN has already developed a program to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest destruction (known as REDD +). It represents a unique opportunity to combat climate change and the loss of forests. According to WWF, governments have to engage in a global plan to stop deforestation. The "Living Forests" report finds that zero net forest waste can’t be achieved by 2020 without REDD +.

"We are aware that the Durban negotiations are complex, but we should not waste the opportunities that REDD + gives us, and if we take advantage of them, we can fight poverty and protect the climate at the same time." The bet is too big to allow negotiations to be broken down for technical reasons, "said Gerald Steindaljacker of WWF's Forests and Climate Program.

WWF calls on world leaders to adhere to the ambitious goal of zero forest loss in 2020. The Living Forest report shows that this goal is achievable by improving the management, development and implementation of land-use plans, implementation of the legislation in the sector, production of improved land use systems, transparent and comprehensive management and markets that stimulate the development of sustainable forestry and agriculture.

The report also says that this goal should provide strong guarantees for the conservation of the planet's biodiversity, while protecting the interests of indigenous communities and indigenous peoples.

Considering how urgent the loss of forests is, WWF calls on governments to provide the necessary funding for REDD +. In this respect, highly-developed countries have a key role to play in providing adequate, predictable and sustainable funding schemes for REDD +. According to the WWF report, from 2020, 30 to 50 billion dollars are needed to achieve near zero emissions from deforestation and forest destruction.

Although the amounts required are large, if they are not foreseen, there will be a significant increase in long-term costs. The private sector can support governments in this endeavor by applying alternative financial instruments such as forest bonds.

The ‘Living Forests’ report uses a model developed for WWF by the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA). In its essence, it looks at a number of different scenarios for the future of forests over the next half century, modified in terms of policy changes on biofuels, environmental protection and timber demand.

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- use decorative beams

- sharing with friends and family about our product.

We urge you not to remain unopposed for cutting trees in centuries-old forests.

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