From The Forest

Role of Forest Products & Biomass-Based Energy on Climate Change with Robert Malmsheimer

March 19, 2020
SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry's Robert Malmsheimer will discuss (1) Climate change and why it's occurring; (2) The role of forest products in addressing climate change; (3) The role of forest biomass energy in addressing climate change; & (4) Other important aspects  surrounding the significance of  markets, feedstock for the bioeconomy, and bioenergy carbon capture and storage.
Robert Malmsheimer is a Professor of Forest Policy & Law at the State University of New York's College of Environmental Science & Forestry (SUNY ESF) in Syracuse. He is the Associate Chair of the Department of Forest & Natural Resources Management. He has earned his Ph.D. from SUNY ESF in 1999 and his J.D. from the Albany Law School, Union University in 1989. His Areas of Study include US Forest & Natural Resources Policy & Law; & Biomass Carbon Accounting Policies & their Affect on US Natural Resources. Courses taught include Natural Resources Policy; Business Law; Environmental Law & Policy; & Natural Resources Law.