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IEA and academics respond to think tank: Biomass is green

The IEA has responded to a report from think tank Chatham House which concluded that biomass emits just as much CO2 as fossil fuels. Together with 125 academics, the agency identified three major areas of concern with the report.

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In February, UK think tank Chatham House released a report concluding that biomass is no greener than fossil fuels.

This has sparked ire at the International Energy Agency (IEA), who have reviewed the report together with over 125 academics.

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