Forests can sequester carbon and help combat climate change, but many trees in California’s forests are dry or dead after a multiyear drought. The state can turn this risk into a resource – using climate change funding to help spur renewable energy businesses by harvesting biomass.
Forests can sequester carbon and help combat climate change, but many trees in California’s forests are dry or dead after a multiyear drought. The state can turn this risk into a resource – using climate change funding to help spur renewable energy businesses by harvesting biomass. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Forests can sequester carbon and help combat climate change, but many trees in California’s forests are dry or dead after a multiyear drought. The state can turn this risk into a resource – using climate change funding to help spur renewable energy businesses by harvesting biomass. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

An incendiary idea for clean energy and rural job growth

October 19, 2016 11:40 AM

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