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States and stakeholders have shown strong interest in the role biomass can play in state strategies to address carbon pollution. Many states have extensive expertise in the area of sound carbon- and GHG-beneficial forestry and land management practices, and exhibit approaches to biomass and bioenergy that are unique to each state’s economic, environmental and renewable energy goals.
To support efforts to further evaluate the role of biomass in stationary source carbon strategies, EPA is hosting this public workshop for states and stakeholders to share their successes, experiences and approaches to deploying biomass in ways that have been, and can be, carbon beneficial.
USEPA: William J Clinton Building East Room 1153
12 St and Pennsylvania Ave