Enviva and Drax Skirt the Kyoto Protocol
Did you know? Smokestack emissions from burning wood pellets are not regulated in the Kyoto Protocol? This loophole enables large corporations like Enviva, the world’s largest manufacturer of wood pellet fuel and Britain’s Drax, one of the largest utilities in the UK, to dump CO2 in the atmosphere in the name of renewable energy.
Find out more about the wood pellet scheme and take a look at the telling article “Wood pellets cause more climate pollution than coal when they’re burned. So why does Europe call them ‘carbon neutral’?” written by Elizabeth Ouzts here: bit.ly/2Yy1XHS