Currently serving as the general manager of Defeng Wood Co., Ltd., taking into account both theory and practice, focusing on structural glulam, improving domestic wood construction and anti-corrosion, plasticization, glulam technology and industry; The development of a life brand that coexists with the environment. Currently, he is also the green leader of the Green Academy) A while ago, I saw that Green Academy’s article about digging mountains in the cement industry was being scolded on the Internet. I understood its inner drama, and I deliberately called Julia from Green Academy and asked him:
Before Green whatsapp database Academy, The articles are all very good, even if you support solar energy, it is understandable, but why do you support digging mountains now?” He had probably received too many protest calls, but he turned his back on his usual enthusiasm and replied coldly: "If we don't dig mountains, what materials are there on earth enough to support billions of people to build houses, build bridges and pave roads? Is it difficult? Are high-rise buildings and condominiums all covered with wood?” This is a good rhetorical question. In order to answer this question more completely, I decided not to use the humanistic care grammar I used to write articles this time.
I will start a series of "Wood Industry" from the perspective of a disappearing wood industry operator. "Environmental Myth Busters" article, to break down our deepest concerns about cutting trees and various environmental rumors about the use of wood, build a systematic knowledge framework for you, take technology, policy, and the market as the fulcrum, and help people who want to unite their hearts and minds people, entrepreneurs and workers looking for opportunities, and policy makers, and put forward our global thinking on the recovery of the local wood industry. Opposing cutting down trees is just like opposing digging mountains and opposing the use of plastics. They are all fake and youthful behaviors. In fact, the Green Academy is very courageous.