In the face of the necessity of carbon neutrality, the construction of biological resources should be strengthened.
At the 10th International Timber Architecture Forum, the International Timber Architecture Forum occupied the great ephem è re palace, bringing the information of biological resources architecture to the center of metropolis and capital. Large scale development of biogenic buildings is crucial for achieving the goal of carbon neutrality in Europe. It is also the best way to adapt buildings and cities to the effects of climate change. Finally, biogenic and carbon neutral architecture constitute a creative and local deposit. This can be seen from the wooden frame of the great effimir palace, the curved Douglas CLT effimir hall, beech's "Belleville" stand and poplar plywood.