CLA adds fuel to debate

Watts, Andrew; Riley, Jonathan
July 2005
Farmers Weekly;7/15/2005, Vol. 143 Issue 3, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the need for the British government to expand the use of biofuels and biomass to reduce the emissions of carbon dioxide according to the Country Land & Business Association. Role of rural enterprises in meeting the challenge of climate change; Annual output of carbon dioxide from road transport emissions in 2003; Projected volume of carbon emissions that could be reduced through biofuels; Economic and environmental benefits of using renewable energy provided by agriculture. INSET: EU acts on biofuel target.


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