Green groups issue warning over EU biomass plans

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Studies commissioned by NGOs warn EU demand for wood and energy crops will outstrip available resources

Europe's demand for biomass power is likely to exceed the amount of wood and land available to grow energy crops within its borders, researchers have warned. A study by the International Institute for...

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