How does biomass reduce our carbon footprint by producing less CO2 than fossil fuels? Renewable Energy

  • Plants absorb the same amount of CO2 that is released when it is burned.
  • Plants remove CO2 from the atmosphere and put it permanently into the ground.
  • Biomass filters CO2 to make it more environmentally stable.
  • Biomass doesn't release any CO2 when burned.
Answer: Plants absorb the same amount of CO2 that is released when it is burned.
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