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August month begins with Earth overshoot

Natural resources of the planet for 2018 are depleted On August 1st, the Earth went into overshoot mode, that is, this year the population has already used every natural resource that the planet is capable of producing in twelve months. From now on, all water, all arable land, all trees not coming from sustainable management
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Meet the TRC – Excellence in Sustainable Teak

TRC converts degraded pastures into productive teak plantations, one of the most valued tropical timber. We have planted over 45 million teak trees, which are converted into logs, squares, lumber and biomass. Our products are traded worldwide with FSC® certification, scheduled deliveries to favor customers' cash flow and optimize the supply chain. See the video
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Export of forest products rises in Brazil

The forest products sector handled US $ 5.75 billion in exports from January to May 2018, which corresponds to an increase of 30.5% over the same period last year. The segment is in second place in the agribusiness trade balance, being surpassed only by the sale of soybeans. Exports of timber and its works continue
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Find out what your style of decorating with wood

It is common for personal tastes and preferences to have more than one style. However, the secret of a lovely decoration is to choose the one that will prevail and to plan the main pieces that will confer that essence to the place. See below the characteristics of the furniture of wood in the different
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Understand why teak wood is more durable

Originally, teak was used in shipbuilding because of its resistance to water and heat. Over the years, however, the industry started to take advantage of the characteristics of this wood for the construction industry. Currently, the marketing of household and decorative products made with Teak wood does not stop growing. Teak has three main components
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Learn to identify termite infestation

Autumn is coming and with it the increased incidence of termite infestations, the most fearsome enemies of wood. If you own teak furniture, you can rest easy about these parasites, as the waterproofing properties of teak wood are naturally resistant to these insects. When combined with the correct treatment, the chances of damage to the
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Get to know how to protect your home from the sea

One of the greatest challenges of living on the coast is to ensure the conservation of appliances, furniture and structural parts of the home. Whether you are building a beach house or even planning to swap your damaged furniture, it is best to opt for products made with natural wood such as teak which is
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Know the importance of carbon sequestration to the environment

Carbon sequestration is the ability of marine and terrestrial trees and plants to absorb carbon gas (CO2) from the atmosphere and turn it into oxygen. This action is very important for the fight against the greenhouse effect, caused by the excess of carbon dioxide in the environment, from the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation,
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Export boosts agribusiness trade balance.

During the collective on January 16, the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, Blairo Maggi, highlighted the participation of the forestry sector through the results of the agribusiness trade balance of 2017. In the last year, agribusiness exported a total of US$ 96.01 billion, an increase of 13% over 2016. "We are very pleased to
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TRC’s Young Apprentice Program prepares young people for the labour market

In this semester, TRC began the Young Apprentice program, whose main objective is to prepare youth from 14 to 24 years for the labour market. Recruitment was carried out mainly in state and municipal schools, extending to higher education institutions. The selected apprentices were divided into the areas of purchasing, HR, IT, administrative, forestry and
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