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Resource Documents by Smith, Jo

Smith, Jo; Nayak, Dali Rani; and Smith, Pete
Wind farms on undegraded peatlands are unlikely to reduce future carbon emissions
Highlights Future wind farms located on undegraded peats will not reduce carbon emissions. This is due to projected changes in fossil fuels used to generate electricity. Future policy should avoid constructing wind farms on undegraded peats. Abstract Onshore wind energy is a key component of the renewable energies used by governments to reduce carbon emissions from electricity production, but will carbon emissions be reduced when wind farms are located on carbon-rich peatands? Wind farms are often located in uplands because . . . Complete article »

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