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News, analysis, and comment on indirect land use change and related issues in biofuels policy.

2015.03.14
In Europe, a long-running process of revising the EU’s biofuel policy is, after several years of discussion, analysis and negotiation, gradually drawing to a close.
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2015.02.19
Producing first generation biofuels requires feedstock.
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2014.02.24
A recent ‘Biofuels Digest’ article presented a new deforestation monitoring tool from
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2013.09.26
On 11th September, the European Parliament voted on its first reading of a proposal from the European Commission to manage the risk of indirect land use change from the Renewable Energy and F
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2013.09.11
Last week, a coalition of European environmental NGOs and advanced biofuel companies issued a
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2013.09.10
On 2 September, the European Biodiesel Board (EBB) presented in Brussels results of a new study of indirect land use change, performed by a group of North America
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2013.07.10
There is a modern parable that goes something like this:
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2012.09.18
On Friday, Sept 14, the U.S.
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2012.08.10
The ICCT recently presented a reassessment of the global biomass potential in 2050.
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2012.08.03
A new report by the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina (or Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina; DANL) advises Germany to avoid promoting bioenergy production and to insist that the EU’s 2020 target of 10% renewable
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