Assessment of the Balance of Greenhouse Gases in the Production of Renewable Biomass From Short-Cycle Energy Plantations of Willow
Kassar, Flaieh Hammed
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Greenhouse gas control it is the key aspect for climate protection. As climate regulation became inevitable, companies started adopting more proactive strategies. One of the effective methods for greenhouse gas emission calculation is based on life cycle analysis. A carbon footprint is defined as the sum of greenhouse gas emissions caused by an organization, event, or product and is expressed in terms of CO2 equivalents. The investigations were devoted to greenhouse emission assessment during life cycle of willow wood production from short rotation coppice plantations. In accordance with results about 48% of carbon dioxide gas from all life cycle of willow was emitted during wood harvesting and transportation to energy plants.
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