The world is increasingly using wood for wallpaper.
But it’s not just about decoration.
It also helps to keep water in your home and keep your home looking good.
The World Health Organization recently issued a warning about the growing problem of water scarcity, especially in countries where wood is a major industry.
According to the WHO, water scarcity is particularly acute in parts of Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
In South Africa, the country’s largest economy, water consumption has doubled in the last 15 years, to 1.5 billion liters per year.
Water scarcity is a key factor in the deaths of thousands of people in South Africa each year.
According to the country, over 20,000 people have died of thirst since 2007.
One of the main reasons why South Africa has a water crisis is its wood production, which is responsible for more than a third of the countrys total energy consumption.
Wood is used to create wallpaper, wood floors, and other industrial products.
In South Africa and other countries, wood production accounts for less than a tenth of the total energy use, but it contributes significantly to water consumption.
What to do if you have a wood burning stove: The South African government requires that people living in areas with a wood fire hazard make a fire extinguisher.
The government has also required wood burning stoves to have a fire safety certificate, which you can purchase from your local fire service.
If you don’t have a certificate, you can make your own from wood and wood products.
What to buy: For wood and wooden products that need a fire protection certificate, such as wood burning and wood-fired pizza ovens, visit our article on wood stove safety.