Southern forests are drawing millions of dollars in foreign spending to the U.S. to help utilities overseas meet carbon-emission rules that this country is still debating as tools to limit climate change. The Florida Times Union takes a look at how the Southeastern biomass and wood pellet industry is meeting the demand for sustainable energy resources.
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