Federally owned forests in the United States are facing financial and ecological problems. At the same time, the public’s growing concern over environmental issues and future energy sources are pushing the promotion of renewable energy. Is increasing the amount of America’s energy coming from forests a viable solution? In this case study Alison Berry explores the pros and cons of using woody biomass to create ethanol, electricity, and heat.
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