The carbon neutrality of biomass from forests
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This fact sheet explains the role of biomass from forests in the global carbon cycle. WBA sees an urgent need for this clarification on this issue after having analyzed the different opinions being discussed.
This paper does not deal with emissions along the supply chain from the forest to the final consumer.
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