Bioenergy has entered the renewable energy strategy for addressing climate change. It contributes the largest fraction of renewable energy world wide, and is 60% of the renewable portfolio in the European Union. Can we actually claim bioenergy is carbon neutral? If not, what are the actual costs behind the normative accounting of bioenergy emissions and who is accountable for the added greenhouse gases?
In case you missed the discussion last Wednesday, discover answers to these questions and more in the first Finance, Geography, and Sustainability Speaker Series Video featuring Professor William Moonmaw and Professor John Sterman.
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