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Biomass: What is it and why should we care?

Posted on: Dec 15, 2016 - 10:07 AM | General
Author: Staff
Who wants to take on the massive job of disposing of a bunch of dead pinyon and juniper trees? The Forest Service and other agencies involved in fuel mitigation projects – cutting down these trees and other vegetation – usually set fire to the piles of slash in prescribed burns. But there could be another way to get rid of it – and make money at the same time. It’s part of a possible biomass industry being studied by the Upper Verde River Watershed Protection Coalition. The Coalition is using grant money to find out if all that woody vegetation from public ... More

BioMass Matters

Posted on: Oct 25, 2016 - 12:31 PM | General
Author: Staff
When accounting for CO2 emissions it is important to know the biomass content of the fuels used. Biomass content is deemed to be ‘carbon neutral’ and therefore does not count in CO2 emissions. China and the USA have announced their ratification of the Paris Agreement on climate change ahead of the G20 meeting in Hangzhou, China. This is an important milestone as between China and the USA generate ~40 per cent of anthropogenic CO2 emissions. For the Paris Agreement on climate change to enter into force, 55 parties representing at least 55 per cent of global emissions must... More

Transforming Energy Will Require A Biomass Movement

Posted on: Sep 21, 2016 - 10:51 AM | General
Author: Staff
Mitigating Climate Change Requires Broad Approach To Energy In spite of their rich history, biologically derived sources of energy like wood, grass, dung and alcohol have failed to ignite the public "buzz" of the other renewables: solar, wind or even geothermal. Worse yet, for some, "bio" can conjure images of clear-cut forest land, dead zones in lakes and oceans, and choking carbon emissions — the opposite of sustainable development. In reality, bio-based energy has the largest market presence, involves the most stakeholders and has the greatest economic impac... More

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