New report shows forest thinning and biomass energy are NOT climate friendly
Forest thinning and use of logging slash and shrubs as fuel for energy production is being championed as clean, renewable energy. Geos Institute scientists Dr. Dominick DellaSala and Marni Koopman say that isn’t so. Read the full report.
- Blogging for forests – woody biomass increases emissions (The Biomass Monitor)
- Southern Oregon University rejects forest biomass project on climate grounds (Ashland Daily Tidings)
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