At the 15th United Nations Biodiversity Conference (COP15), countries from around the globe have gathered to discuss climate commitments to ensure biodiversity, reduce emissions and advance renewable energy sources. They should not miss the opportunity to declare that biomass is not part of any solution.


The Moore Charitable Foundation strongly supports curtailing the biomass industry and works closely with nonprofits like the Southern Environmental Law CenterNatural Resources Defense Council, Partnership for Policy Integrity, and Dogwood Alliance to dispel climate myths, curb subsidies, and protect impacted communities and precious old-growth forests where wood pellet plants contribute to major and often unregulated environmental problems affecting air and rivers.


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