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Woody biomass outreach in the southern United States: A case study

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2011

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Monroe, Martha C., and Oxarart, Annie, 2011, Woody biomass outreach in the southern United States: A case study: Biomass and Bioenergy, v. 35, iss. 4, p. 1465-1473.

Summary

Woody biomass is one potential renewable energy source that is technically feasible where environmental and economic factors are promising. It becomes a realistic option when it is also socially acceptable. Public acceptance and support of wood to energy proposals require community education and outreach. The Wood to Energy Outreach Program provides science-based information, tools, and resources for fostering informed community discussions about using wood for energy in the southern United States. The development of this program involved three research activities. (1) A small survey of the general public suggests that a lack of information and misconceptions will challenge biomass outreach programs. (2) Focus group discussions about [...]

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DOI WECC []
ISSN WECC 0961-9534

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