Can biomass be a part of a pragmatic green energy plan?
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#1 Mar 21, 2011
I say yes, but it has to be used in conjunction with other sources of power. Nuclear needs to be a massive part of the transition from fossil fuels to renewable fuels.
Two groups seem to be forming: Those who insist on going instantly renewable, without much regard to the reality of the renewable energy transition, and those who ignore our Earth's perils and would be happy relying on coal forever.
Both positions are dangerous and both will prevent realistic, pragmatic change. I recently found this website that quite soundly takes the middle ground; outlining a better energy plan. Sadly... it is not a government website, but a union website that provides a glimmer of hope.
Some of my sources:
Being new, I'm curious as to everyone's positions on this hot topic? Is it important to you? Or a non issue?
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