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Bioenergy Assoc responds to environmental concerns

Thursday 22 Jul 21 10:30am

 

Last week we published an article outlining the concerns of a coalition of zero waste and regenerative farming groups about the potential for biogas development to lock in unsustainable farming practices. Today the Bioenergy Association's executive officer Brian Cox responds.

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