22 Feb '13, 9pm

@jeremytill @kate_de by @AR_Clarke and @ecominimalnick

Publication : Biomass – a burning issue In this short discussion paper from September 2010 , Nick Grant and Alan Clarke consider whether it is right — or helpful — to define biomass fuel as zero carbon . Download Document : Biomass: A Burning Issue (513 kB) Categories: Technical papers | Author: Alan Clarke / Nick Grant

Full article: http://www.aecb.net/publications/biomass-a-burning-issue/

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