Can Biomass from Forests Be Carbon Neutral?
- Aug 24, 2021 2:48 pm GMT
As eco-consumer rates rise in America, individuals search for sustainable fuel alternatives. A significant portion of personal emissions derive from transportation and electricity, challenging the modern lifestyle. President Bident additionally targeted conventional energy sources when setting the national carbon-neutrality goal.
He plans on achieving the goal by generating an electric grid. Sourcing electricity from renewable sources can reduce the sector’s greenhouse gas emissions. We can attain enough power to fuel the country by diversifying the energy supply using biomass.
Ecological Challenges with Biomass
Biomass is one of the oldest fuel sources on the planet, dating back to cave dwellers. It also generates adverse ecological impacts, limiting its sustainability. Biomass’s potential influence on deforestation concerns many individuals.
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