Friday, July 12, 2013

[biofuelwatch] Please Submit Articles/Opinion to The Biomass Monitor (the world's #1 anti-biomass publication)





Hi Folks,

Every day the reach of The Biomass Monitor--the world's leading publication tracking the health and environmental impacts of biomass incineration--continues to expand (#16 Google ranking for "biomass"), with a current monthly distribution (including newsletter subscriptions, listservs, social media, and online media and blogs that pick up our articles) of several thousand. Not too shabby for only 10 hours/week worth of funding!

We'd like to once again invite folks to submit any articles, opinion pieces, or even ramblings on the topic of biomass energy.
On top of each monthly issue, we distribute each article individually as well, so we can guarantee that at least a few hundred people (at the very least) will lay eyes on your particular article, so hopefully that's some added incentive to submit.

Thanks and looking forward to the deluge of submissions that is sure to come. ;)

Josh Schlossberg
Editor & Journalist, The Biomass Monitor
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Josh Schlossberg
Anti-Biomass Incineration Campaign, Energy Justice Network

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Biofuels are a wide range of fuels which are in some way derived from biomass.

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