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Biomass and the Environment

Biomass is organic material derived from plants and animals, and it can be used for various purposes, including energy production, biofuels, and bioproducts. While biomass has the potential to be a more sustainable and renewable resource compared to fossil fuels, its use can have both positive and negative environmental impacts.

some key considerations regarding biomass and the environment are illustrated below.

Pros:

Renewability

Carbon Neutrality

Waste Reduction

Biodiversity Benefits

Soil Improvement

Cons:

Land-Use Changes

Resource Competition

Water Usage

Emissions and Air Quality

Transportation and Supply Chain Impacts

Overharvesting

Invasive Species

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