CCST to Host Expert Briefing on the Beneficial Uses of Woody Biomass from Wildfire Mitigation

September 11, 2019 | ,  

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Thurs. Sept 19th
12:00 – 1:00 pm, Capitol Room 3191

Beneficial Uses of Woody Biomass from Wildfire Mitigation Efforts in California

Join CCST for a discussion with a team of experts from CSU Humboldt, the Joint BioEnergy Institute, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, CalFire, and Cal EPA who are studying ways to improve the utility of woody biomass.

Key Questions:

How can the unique challenges of working with woody biomass be overcome?

What are emerging technologies for converting woody biomass into high value products?

How can woody biomass contribute to the state’s carbon neutrality and climate goals?

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