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Biomass is promoted as a carbon neutral fuel. But is burning wood a step in the wrong direction? ...
By Sophie van de Kimmenade - October 10, 2021
Biomass has been promoted as a carbon-neutral energy source by industry, some countries and lawmakers on the basis that the emissions released by burning wood can be offset by the carbon dioxide taken up by trees grown to replace those burned. Yet there remain serious doubts among many scientists about its carbon-neutral credentials

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