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Public opinion and wood energyAuthor(s): Sarah Hitchner; John Schelhas; Teppo Hujala; J. Peter Brosius
Source: In: Anguilar, Francisco X., ed. Wood Energy in Developed Economies: Resource Management, Economics and Policy. London: Earthscan.
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionAs wood-based bioenergy continues to develop around the world, it will utilize forestlands in new ways and will have different effects on a number of stakeholders, including forest landowners, local communities, extant industries, policymakers, investors, and others. As more stakeholders become involved in the wood energy web, and as the general public becomes more aware of it, understanding public perceptions of and reactions to wood energy development will become increasingly important.
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CitationHitchner, Sarah; Schelhas, John; Hujala, Teppo; Brosius, J. Peter. 2014. Public opinion and wood energy. In: Anguilar, Francisco X., ed. Wood Energy in Developed Economies: Resource Management, Economics and Policy. London: Earthscan. pp 32-74.
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