Europe may decide to limit the use of U.S. trees for energy. Here’s what that means in NC

Enviro & Legislation

The European Union is considering changes to its climate policies that could have a big effect on a controversial segment of North Carolina’s forestry sector — the wood pellet industry. EU countries have been using wood pellets made from trees in the Southeast to burn for electricity, claiming it’s a carbon-neutral substitute for coal. But…

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