The European Parliament’s industry committee (ITRE) will vote on the revision of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED). The decision that they will take about bioenergy will have a huge impact on our forests.
Like, retweet or quote our tweet, and ask your MEPs to stop burning forests for energy by following our recommendations.
MEPs, on July 13 you'll amend the EU Renewable Energy Directive in @EP_Industry— BirdLife Europe & Central Asia (@BirdLifeEurope) July 11, 2022
Burning forests to produce energy during a climate & biodiversity crisis makes no sense.
Please, follow our recommendations: https://t.co/jtW2sSoJyP
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Useful tweets to raise awereness
Chopping down forests and old trees to produce tiny wood pellets and energy, unheard of in the EU, huh?— BirdLife Europe & Central Asia (@BirdLifeEurope) April 5, 2022
That’s the lie of bioenergy.@ForestDefence just released an investigative report on the EU logging industries producing pellets & bioenergy. 20 EU countries are involved!
🌲🌳This #intlforestday we’re shining the light on 6 facts about our European forests that are in rapid decline due to “bioenergy”.— BirdLife Europe & Central Asia (@BirdLifeEurope) March 21, 2022
Bioenergy is the production of energy by burning wood and biomass. It has catastrophic impacts on our beloved forests.
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