Do the government's biomass sustainability criteria go far enough?

Jessica Shankleman
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Green groups line up to criticise new standards for failing to take account of indirect land use change and carbon sinks

Green groups have slammed new government rules designed to boost the sustainability of bioenergy, warning the standards fail to take account of crucial criteria for calculating full lifecycle emissions....

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