In 2007, Samsø became 100-percent renewably powered and carbon negative

Andrew Revkin on a sustainability study: “We started our journey on Samsø to draw inspiration from their example. In 2007, Samsø became 100-percent renewably powered and carbon negative through a combination of home efficiency and conversions to biomass, solar, and wind power.”
What the hell is biomass?

bi·o·mass
ˈbīōˌmas/

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Students from an environment-minded college on a Maine island learn how an island in Denmark turned from fossil fuels to renewable energy
dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com|By Andrew C. Revkin
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