CUTTING EDGE BIOMASS TECHNOLOGIES FOR MITIGATING ACUTE CLIMATE CHANGE

On July 6th the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE), Biomass Coordinating Council (BCC), New Uses Council (NUC), and Environmental & Energy Study Institute (EESI) conducted a luncheon workshop in Washington, DC focusing on cutting edge biomass technologies for mitigating acute climate change.

On July 6th the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE), Biomass Coordinating Council (BCC), New Uses Council (NUC), and Environmental & Energy Study Institute (EESI) conducted a luncheon workshop in Washington, DC focusing on cutting edge biomass technologies for mitigating acute climate change.


The workshop included presentations by biomass industry and scientific
professionals:

-Jeff Passmore, Iogen Corporation
-Jacek Popiel, Sturman Industries
-Danny Day, Eprida
-Dr. Peter Read, Massey University

The presenters highlighted a range of biomass issues, including:

-The commercialization of cellulosic biomass technologies
-Manufacturing soil to sequester carbon
-Strategies for maintaining healthy soils
-The role of a sustainable water supply in advancing biomass technologies

For complete presentations, please visit www.eesi.org.

For more information, please contact Scott Pryor at
spryor@biomasscouncil.org.

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