[AUDIO] Dead Trees, Living Forest

CONFERENCE CALL AUDIO: Dead Trees, Living Forest (July 2016)

Do dead trees mean a sick forest prone to “catastrophic” wildfire? Or are they a sign of a healthy, functioning ecosystem?

Chad Hanson, Director and Principal Ecologist of the John Muir Project of Earth Island Institute, explains the ecological importance of dead trees and the carbon emission implications of logging for bioenergy.

The Biomass Monitor conference calls are held the 3rd Thursday of every month. For the recording of this call and notice of future calls, go to thebiomassmonitor.org and subscribe to our free, monthly online journal investigating the whole story on bioenergy, biomass, and biofuels.

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