Land Management

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Jan 18

Burning wood for power is ‘misguided’ say climate experts

July 2017

New research explores the risk of simultaneous crop failures in multiple breadbasket regions - Met Office

Sustainability of liquid biofuels - Royal Academy of Engineering

Biofuels needed but some more polluting than fossil fuels, report warns - Guardian

UK’s world-leading forestry research hits the limelight - Farming UK

June 2017

Meeting Carbon Budgets: Closing the policy gap 2017 Report to Parliament - Committee for Climate Change

UK's biomass ambition: Low-cost solution or forest full of loopholes?


Targeting new and cleaner uses for wastes and biomass using gasification - Energy Technologies Institute

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Agriculture accounts for around 13% of global greenhouse gas emissions. This means that we need to tackle the way in which we use land but also how we use the natural resources grown on the land. This includes biomass, biofuels, livestock production (and meat consumption).