Inside Climate News: The Wood Pellet Business is Booming. Scientists Say That’s Not Good for the Climate

The industry has exploded, driven largely by European climate policies and subsidies that reward burning wood, even as an increasing number of scientists call out what they see as a dangerous carbon accounting loophole that threatens the 2050 goals of the Paris climate agreement.

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Little remains but stumps and puddles in what was once a bottomland hardwood forest on the banks of the Roanoke River in northeastern North Carolina. Credit: Joby Warrick/The Washington Post via Getty Images

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