Debate over the sustainability of bioenergy has flared up again on both sides of the Atlantic, with some saying it is worse for the climate than coal. Mark Hillsdon weighs the arguments

In the forests of the south-eastern US, a chainsaw fires up, the teeth biting into the trunk of a tall, yellow pine. It teeters before crashing to the ground, where its branches are stripped and the tree – along with thousands of other – is trucked off to be...

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