Government biofuel study fails to settle land use controversy

A government study has failed to provide clarity on biofuels’ climate change impacts, but confirms that palm oil and soy biodiesel will struggle to meet EU targets if they cause draining of peatland

CO2e impacts of biofuels, taking account of indirect land use
CO2e impacts of biofuels, taking account of indirect land use

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