Trump Thinks His Tariffs Are Saving The US Steel Industry When It Could Be Also Driving Us Closer To Building More Tall Mass Timber CLT Carbon Storage Banks

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Trump Thinks His Tariffs Are Saving The US Steel Industry When It Could Be Also Driving Us Closer To Building More Tall Mass Timber CLT Carbon Storage Banks

December 26, 2018 by Steve Conboy

Everyone Should Put All Politics Aside On This One And Consider How The US Steel Tariff Could Drive Fire Defended Mass Timber Carbon Storage Banks

Don’t Take All This For Granted, something really renewable and sustainable, even bipartisan, could come out of our best efforts to screw things up politically. We are overlooking a great opportunity for our country, on how we can now build wooden defended carbon banks as tall as steel buildings to meet the demands for housing with our countries renewable sustainable forests.

Get Involved, Because If You Wait It’s To Late; Our Air Quality Could Be Like The Air In China Because It’s We Humans That To Destroy It. As our planet becomes increasingly over populated, we all contribute to carbon emissions, we have to do and support more than just recycling our trash. We need to support bipartisan efforts, that make sense today for our builders that are trying to keep up with the demands for housing in an affordable way with less risk of loss. The underground Mass Timber CLT movement could be the ticket to lower our dependency on carbon producing steel imports.

In August the President said he believes his divisive metals tariff will save the American steel industry — despite any pain the duties have caused so far.

In an interview this Wednesday with The Wall Street Journal, President Trump contended that his trade actions would reduce foreign competition and boost a fledgling industry. While steel prices may temporarily be "a little more expensive" — which has prompted criticism from some economists, Republican lawmakers and companies that use steel inputs — "the tariffs will ultimately pay off by boosting U.S. companies", the President contended.

What this Administration May have overlooked is when steel prices increase, our builders look to find newer more renewable, sustainable and cost effective ways to meet the demands for housing. Now consider tall mass timber buildings coming out of our own reforestation programs. These trees sequester carbon and store it, unlike steel that creates carbon. And the mass timber buildings, being fire protected become huge Carbon Storage Banks. Yes the mass timber CLT movement is here in the USA with factories from coast to coast, all ready to produce strong mass timber buildings.

Keep your eyes and ears out for the first builder to commit to building all their wood structures with one hundred percent fire protection, because that is the smartest and best builder in the USA Today and deserves the Presidents Reward for it. Most builders are made to change, but great builders do it because it's best for our planet and that builder should be recognized.

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A draft of a 2007 combined World Bank and SEPA report stated that up to 760,000 people died prematurely each year in China because of air and water pollution. High levels of air pollution in China's cities caused from 350,000 to 400,000 premature deaths. Another 300,000 died because of of poor indoor air quality.

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