International trade in biofuels: Good for development? And good for environment?
Other literature typeEnglishOPEN
Publisher: London, UK: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Subject: Deforestation | Sustainable development | Renewable energy | International trade | Biomass energy | Forests | Sustainability | Rainforest | Biofuels | Governance
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The piece calls for international trade barriers, especially subsidies, to be relaxed to enable developing countries to reap the benefits of the biofuels trade, and for certification schemes to take account of the real environmental and social co... View more