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Ensuring British Columbia’s forests offer a sustainable source of fibre takes collaboration and careful management
Making the grade: The careful process of choosing what wood is right for biomass
Our #biomass pellets help to build a #netzero future, while also tackling the climate emergency. 🌱 🌍 pic.twitter.com/Z72T4bkWNx— Drax Group Canada (@DraxGroupCanada) April 20, 2023
Wood grading in British Columbia ensures only wood rejected for lumber is used for #biomass pellets. 🪵— Drax Group Canada (@DraxGroupCanada) April 19, 2023
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We're always working to reduce our supply chain emissions, including...— Drax Group Canada (@DraxGroupCanada) April 15, 2023
🚢 Harnessing the wind to reduce shipping emissions.
🌍 Reducing emissions through carbon capture and storage.
🚆 Utilising rail - the low-carbon road option.
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Across the globe, wildfires are increasing in size and frequency, driven by the effects of climate change. 🌍— Drax Group Canada (@DraxGroupCanada) April 11, 2023
In places like British Columbia, surging wildfires have meant that in recent years, some #forests have been emitting more carbon than they have been able to absorb. 🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/i8tEkMa8vi
How can burning wood be #sustainable? 🪵— Drax Group Canada (@DraxGroupCanada) April 6, 2023
Hear from our Director of Sustainability for Canada, Joseph Aquino... 💬 pic.twitter.com/Ce1s6ClisA