It’s a lot of discussions going on about fossil free fuels and that those shall be used instead of oil based fuels. Some of the fossil free fuels comes from the forest, which of course is good for us working in forestry.
A question that pops up in my head is, if biofuels shall replace oil fuels: Do we have enough forest material to completely replace the oil, and still maintain a sustainable forestry? Will we end up in a situation where we have to chose between biofuels and toilet paper?
That’s an interesting question. Everybody is praising electrical cars but no one seems to think about where the power is coming from or what will happen to the batteries when they are worn out. You have to see the whole picture.
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