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Countries urged to start bargaining over negative emissions
By Online Editor
01:15 am GMT+12, 16/08/2017, Germany
Use of imported wood chips in European power plants, such as Drax in the UK, is already controversial. The impact of tree harvesting is counted under a separate national regime to the impact of burning the fuel, making it hard to reliably keep track of the overall climate impact. Many environmentalists… Read more

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