Spurred by growing skepticism of biomass—dead trees—as a renewable energy source, Low-tech Magazine’s Kris De Decker digs deep into the history of burning wood. In an article examining the widespread pre-industrial practice of harvesting wood from living trees through ‘coppicing,’ he makes the case that “biomass is potentially one of the most sustainable energy sources on this planet.”

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