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Verulam

CO2 emissions Dr John Bellamy has also addressed this subject and writes Regarding CO2 emissions correspondence in Verulam 16 February 1999, I support Professor Bolton’s call for more timber to be used in construction. Growing trees removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere but, at the end of their lives, the carbon dioxide returns to the atmosphere as the wood rots or is burnt. Using the timber in buildings postpones that time for a century or more. Structural engineers have a role to play in countering global warming.