Biomass Energy Outlook

Jenner, Mark
July 2009
BioCycle;Jul2009, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p60
Trade Publication
The article discusses considerations the interrelations among carbon emissions, environmental laws, politicians and economic development in the U.S. It overviews some climate laws in the U.S., and notes the conflicting objectives of the law which do not consider the economic impact of the programs under the law. It mentions the part of politicians and government agencies in framing environmental laws and role of biomass industries in guiding legislators.


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