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Mass timber is a new type of construction product – used instead of steel or concrete – that advocates say could fight climate change. Manufacturers glue pieces of wood together to make beams, columns and decking. NBC News’ Anne Thompson takes us inside a 25-story high-rise made of mass timber that’s under construction in Milwaukee.