Most Forest Biomass Worse for Climate than Fossil Fuels - EU Commission Report

A European Commission report concludes that the burning of most forest biomass produces more greenhouse gas emissions than coal, oil and gas. In 23 out of the 24 scenarios the Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) examined, biomass had a negative impact on climate, biodiversity, or both. 

Most Forest Biomass Worse for Climate than Fossil Fuels - EU Commission Report

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