How limited is the planet's capacity for supplying 'sustainable' biomass and biofuel?

Michael Holder
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Energy Transitions Commission provides guidance on availability and use of biomass, warning sustainable sources are limited in volume worldwide

Global demand for biomass is likely to exceed environmentally sustainable supplies in the coming years as the drive to decarbonise takes hold across different industries - a situation which risks undermining...

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