Riteniamo che il nostro ruolo, nell’ambito del settore in cui operiamo, consista nell’attestare il potenziale dei legni di latifoglie americane nel processo creativo. Al fine di perseguire tale finalità, ci occupiamo di commissionare la realizzazione di studi originali e progetti multimediali, oltre a sviluppare pubblicazioni tecniche destinate a designer, architetti e ingegneri.

Educational and interesting collections of discussions with key figures in the architecture, design, environment and science fields. Dive into longer length debates around key issues in the industry or discover an exclusive 10 minute interview with notable designers. Available on your usual streaming platforms.

Guide tecniche e creative compilate dall’AHEC e rivolte a designer, architetti e ingegneri per ispirare, informare e attestare il potenziale dei legni di latifoglie americane nel processo creativo.

Studi originali, commissionati dall’AHEC, per mettere a disposizione dati ed evidenze circa la legalità e la sostenibilità dei legni di latifoglie americane.

Telling the whole story: The environmental life cycle of American hardwoods

All products have an impact on the environment and this impact can occur at any time during the manufacture, usage or at end of life. All these stages are collectively called a life-cycle. Products have impacts from: material extraction and transport; processing, manufacture, distribution and installation; maintenance and refurbishment; to eventual end of life and disposal.

Maximising carbon storage through sustainable forest management

This briefing draws on information from a range of recent studies to show how a policy of active forest management including sustainable timber production can offer significant carbon benefits compared to a strategy that relies only on forest preservation.

Introduction to U.S. forestry regulation

It is increasingly important for buyers and users of forest products to understand the regulatory framework governing forest management in the countries from where timber is sourced. Laws like the EU Timber Regulation and U.S. Lacey Act require that traders and manufacturers demonstrate this knowledge to regulators so they are assured of a negligible risk of illegal harvest.