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The 5th IPCC assessment report claims that bioenergy, especially in combination with BECCS, is the single most important technology for achieving ambitious climate change mitigation goals. However, this technology is highly speculative and its mitigation potential, environmental and social outcomes are a function of a considerable number of variables.

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