Nem Vaughan worked with Tyndall Centre colleagues to create a video describing BECCS and its role in future emission scenarios.
Mirjam Röder and colleagues published a paper on understanding the timing and variation of greenhouse gas emissions from forest bioenergy systems. Their work finds that the mitigation potential depends on forest management and what products are coming from the whole forest. The paper is published in the journal Biomass and Bioenergy.
The project team were in Exeter to hear about the work conducted in Year 1 and discuss research and publications that will take place in Year 2. Four of our advisory panel members were able to join us offering constructive feedback and unique insights on our work.