Europe doesn’t have enough sustainable wood and cow dung to meet its unrealistic bioenergy projections 

Sustainable wood waste, agricultural residues, manure and other organic residues generated in Europe will only cover around 80% of the EU’s projected bioenergy use in 2030, a new analysis by green groups BirdLife Europe and Transport & Environment (T&E) reveals today. If Europe does not limit the use of bioenergy eligible to meet the EU’s 2030 climate and energy targets, the shortage may well be met with unsustainable wood and food crops from home and abroad, the NGOs warn.

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