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Wood as renewable resource on growing global demand Lars G Josefsson BioElectric Solutions Chairman
Sourcing of wood can be unsustainable !
Sourcing of wood can also be sustainable !
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EU & power utilities No trust ETS does not work Counterproductive policies
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Sustainability legislation/regulation Utilities need to be responsible and transparent 3rd part certification 3rd party auditing
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