In favour of the wood, once again, is its very nature and the role it plays as having a low environmental impact. To clarify the concept simply recall the fundamental chemical processes of the arboreal cycle and therefore of the production of wood as a raw material for the construction of physical goods.
Photosynthesis, which is vital for the growth of woody compounds, makes use of solar energy, water, usually from rainwater and carbon dioxide in the air.
The production of wood, then subtracts releasing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere this gas that causes the greenhouse effect.
THE WOOD is the only raw material in the world that during its production removes CO2 from the atmosphere and returns oxygen into the air thereby improving the quality of life itself.