Using wood for power may undermine global climate efforts -report

Published 13:21 on February 23, 2017  /  Last updated at 17:34 on February 23, 2017  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

Governments are wrongly assuming that burning wood for power is carbon neutral, according to a new report adding to mounting evidence that could have drastic consequences for meeting Paris Agreement goals and for utilities counting on the fuel source to hit emission targets such as those under the EU ETS.

Governments are wrongly assuming that burning wood for power is carbon neutral, according to a new report adding to mounting evidence that could have drastic consequences for meeting Paris Agreement goals and for utilities counting on the fuel source to hit emission targets such as those under the EU ETS.

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