Wood can be a valuable resource for a home, but can also become a major source of carbon dioxide emissions and pollution.
Here’s how to make it last longer and be more environmentally friendly.
Wood has a reputation as a tough material that’s not easy to burn and is prone to cracking.
But it’s also a major contributor to global warming, which contributes to the problem of climate change, according to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization.
In India, the government’s wood waste management policy aims to conserve wood for industrial use.
But this year, the Indian government is planning to remove the ban on burning wood for cooking and drinking.
The plan calls for the government to make the ban permanent and replace it with a set of regulations.
India’s move to remove its ban on wood-grilling is expected to make a huge difference in the country’s overall wood use.
It could cut emissions by as much as 90% by 2020, according the International Forestry Association.
The government says that by replacing the ban with a sustainable approach, India could cut carbon emissions by up to 50% by 2030.