CBI Board member, Bill Moomaw, along with three other research scientists, composed an opinion article  for the New York Times on the implications of burning wood from managed forests for energy production. They assert that cutting down and using wood from these forests could in no way be considered "carbon neutral," as the process adds carbon dioxide to the atmosphere and reduces the number of trees that can help process these emissions. The authors reject Pruitt's claims and question the EPA's motivation for such a classification. Read the full op-ed here: Pruitt Is Wrong on Burning Forests for Energy.