Should we view biomass as clean energy?

The government says biomass power has helped reduce the UK's use of coal. But scientists argue that burning wood for power is not a sustainable solution.

Executive director of Climate Imperative, Bruce Nille, argues why he thinks biomass shouldn't be considered a renewable energy, and founder of Climate in Colour Joycelyn Longdon agrees saying it's not a "sustainable" energy.

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