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Timber: the Sustainable Way Forward for Global Construction.

The United Nations expects the world’s population to increase by 2 billion over the next 30 years. Using concrete and steel to build new towns and cities would emit huge amounts of carbon dioxide.

What is the sustainable alternative?

Timber. The towns and cities of the future will use natural materials instead of steel and concrete. Our world will need materials that store carbon, so tomorrow’s construction will be all about timber.

Rising Demand

Rising demand for a greener approach in construction has created an imperative for the building industry to seize the moment.

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High-Value Tropical Timber as a Lucrative Investment Opportunity

Green Future

In the making of these green buildings of the future, architects and builders have the chance to create stunning free form masterpieces like never before. As the world transitions to lower greenhouse-gas emissions, investors will now have a major opportunity to score oversized profits.

Best-Performing Portfolios

High-Value Tropical Timber is a Nontraditional Investment that has driven the world’s Best-Performing Portfolios for decades. Timber Demand is about to Quadruple by The Year 2050, and those who add this valuable asset to their portfolios will likely enjoy windfall profits.

Growth Potential in the Cross Laminated Timber Market

Factors driving the growth of the cross-laminated timber market:

  • Increasing construction activities worldwide
  • Global construction market growth:
    • Grew from $4.5 trillion to $15.2 trillion (September 2021)
    • China, India, the United States, and Indonesia account for 58% of projected growth
  • Predicted average annual growth rate of 3.6% per year
  • Global infrastructure construction grew by 5.1% annually


  • Increase in construction activities expected to drive the growth of the cross-laminated timber market.
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High-Value Tropical Timber for Retirement and Portfolio Boost

Global Tree Planting for Retirement

Billions of new trees need to be planted globally, so whether you are in your 30’s, 40's, 50's, or even 60's, a High-Value Tropical timber position could significantly boost your retirement/portfolio.

Investing in High-Value Timberland

High-Value Tropical Timberland tracts planted with Mahogany, Cedar, and Rosewood, could turn every $50K into as much as $500K. Larger tracts of $100K could generate up to $1M+.

Building with Timber for Reducing the Carbon Footprint

Building with timber helps reduce the planet’s carbon footprint. The global construction industry is about to change completely. Wood is key to building a greener future. Trees draw carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through a process called photosynthesis. This process produces various carbon-based sugars necessary for tree functioning and to make wood grow. Every part of a tree stores carbon, from the trunks, branches, leaves, and roots.

In one year, a mature live tree can absorb more than 48 pounds of carbon dioxide, which is permanently stored in its fibers until the tree or wood experiences a physical event that releases it into the atmosphere, like fire or decomposition. Practicing sustainable forestry, (grow, harvest, replant, regrow) means that the full cycle of forests and wood products store carbon and have the greatest potential to lessen climate concerns and keep carbon locked away in forests and wood.

Wood's Crucial Role in a Greener Future

Wood's Crucial Role in a Greener Future From constructing tall buildings to enhancing materials at the microscopic scale, wood provides a positive environmental impact on climate conditions.

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