Tools for tracking emissions

January 2006
Printing World;1/5/2006, Vol. 293 Issue 1, p25
Trade Publication
The article reports that the The World Business Council for Sustainable Development has released a report recommending ways for the industry to reduce emissions. It recommends that the forest industry supports the ongoing recognition of biomass as a low impact, renewable, and carbon dioxide neutral energy source. According to The Sustainable Forest Products Industry, Carbon and Climate Change, the best way for the forest industry to reduce emissions is through technological innovation and accelerated capital stock turnover.


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