The most widely used building materials are both wood and stone.
Wood is used in buildings, while stone is used to build roads and other structures.
But the environmental impacts of both materials are often different.
Wood: It’s much less polluting than stone.
For example, wood can be used to construct sidewalks and driveways, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
However, it has to be heated and the air contained to ensure it does not get too hot.
Stone: It is a much more difficult material to get hold of because it is generally more difficult to burn.
It takes a lot of energy to produce it, and it’s generally not very durable.
And it is a lot more difficult for people to transport it.
But it is also more expensive, so it is not a substitute for wood.