News | December 5, 2013

Study: Rising Demand for Southeast Trees Could Impact Wildlife Habitat

The rapid development of woody biomass energy facilities in the Southeast U.S. has large implications for regional land cover and wildlife habitat, says a new study by three major Southern universities, released today by National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC).

Read the press release here, or download the executive summary here

SELC statement on the report findings.