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The nation"s unused wood offers vast potential energy and product benefits
United States. General Accounting Office
by U.S. General Accounting Office
Written in English
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Goal #7 (energy access): Wood energy solutions could help reduce energy poverty and increase the use of renewable energy. Goal #8 (economic growth and employment): Modernized wood energy value chains could have high economic potential, generate substantial tax revenues, and create formal jobs, which are especially important in rural areas with limited economic.
Summary of Results and Discussion. Current role and relative importance of wood energy. Having always been one use of wood raw material, energy did not play a major economic role in the last decades; material use of wood (for paper and wood products) had been the dominating use in most countries of the UNECE recent years wood energy came back in the focus of society and.
higher-valued secondary wood products. Much of the raw material already comes from planted forests. The vast areas of degraded forest land in the tropics provide much scope for further increasing planted area, with potential benefits for the wood-processing sector and opportunities for capturing funds from emerging greenhouse gas Size: KB.
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