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Dr. Ben Carson Please Review My Carbon Tax Credit For Our Great Builders The Best In The World

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Dr. Ben Carson: Please Review My Carbon Tax Credit For Our Great Builders The Best In The World

April 21, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Governor Newsome this house in the California Wild Fire Rebuild today is not sustainable. A “Resilient Balanced Build” is not sustainable until we fire defend all wild fire rebuilds homes to defend future loss. You need to stand up and make sure all homes supported by our government assistance and FEMA are rebuilt with Class A Fire treated lumber. By allowing homes to rebuild with raw lumber is defining insanity when there are lots of fire treated lumber producers all around the USA. We can not even consider Green Carbon Neutral in wild fire rebuilds until we build Resilient. Please join me as a guest on my MFI Radio Podcast as the Red Zone promotes new resilient ways to defend our homes in wild fires and floods from the radical weather patterns. A good balanced build means we build with less concrete and steel both carbon producers and we plant and cut trees to support our housing starts with lumber because its just like eating a balanced diet, of not all meat we need vegetables.

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Oregon law states that the continued growing and harvesting of trees is the leading use of private forestland. And it requires landowners to protect soil, air, water and wildlife habitat for future generations. ... 1941: Oregon adopted the Oregon Forest Conservation Act to address reforestation and fire protection.

A Day in the Woods: Reforestation


Join Mike Cloughesy and Nicole Strong as they explain why replanting is not only Oregon law, it’s the basis of all managed forests. Getting a new forest up and running as quickly as possible is the most important aspect of long-term forest sustainability. See Video

Support A Resilient Balanced Build

And A Carbon Tax Credit For Our Great Builders That Are Willing To Defend The Carbon Left Behind From Fires That Would Release It Back Into Our Ozone.

Carbon sequestration becomes easier to grasp if you consider a single tree. Plant, say, one silver maple today, and in 25 years—assuming it survives—it will have sequestered about 400 pounds of carbon dioxide, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. However, don't feel too righteous if you plant just one tree, because the average U.S. resident emits the equivalent of around 20 tons of CO2 a year.

This is why you have to recognize YOU are a CO2 producer that has to support natures science that can help our air quality if we lower our dependency on concrete and steel for housing.

Fact: a single young tree can absorb 26 pounds of CO2 per year. Increase the number of acres of plants and trees to absorb CO2 as our planet population increases.

If you admit you are a CO2 producer please just signed the petition "Dr. Ben Carson: Support American Reforestation To Sequester CO2 Carbon Tax Credit Defend The Carbon Stored" and wanted to see if you could help by adding your name.

Our goal is to reach 10,000 signatures and we need more support. You can read more and sign the petition here: Petition http://chng.it/7G2jjGWnxZ

American Architects & Builders need to support those great lumber mills that support the sustainable part of our lumber industry and this carbon tax credit for builders by specifying Mid Columbia Lumber for the bones of wood framed structures. https://mid-columbialumber.com/

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