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How to make biomass energy sustainable again: Coppicing, pollarding, and hedgerows

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    Gyrfalcon
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    The link above goes to their solar website, if that is down right now, the conventional mirror should be available. While I don't know that the techniques discussed in the article are likely to...

    The link above goes to their solar website, if that is down right now, the conventional mirror should be available.

    While I don't know that the techniques discussed in the article are likely to overhaul the energy infrastructure in developed nations, I did think it was interesting to learn about the ways people were solving their energy problems prior to the wide availability of fossil fuels and electricity.

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      I've been waiting for this book for a long time.

      I've been waiting for this book for a long time.

      5 votes
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        Gyrfalcon
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        That looks very interesting. Unfortunately the dropoff of activity on the blog portion of the site does not make me optimistic that things are still progressing. Hopefully I'm wrong on that front!

        That looks very interesting. Unfortunately the dropoff of activity on the blog portion of the site does not make me optimistic that things are still progressing. Hopefully I'm wrong on that front!

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          I contacted one of the authors about a year ago and they've had some setbacks but are planning on publishing soon.

          I contacted one of the authors about a year ago and they've had some setbacks but are planning on publishing soon.

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