The March issue of Gallon Environment Letter is being distributed today. The theme of the issue is Do We Have Enough Land for Biofuels? but, as always, there are a slew of interesting articles of interest to the environmental community, with a slight business bias.\
Partial Table of Contents:
WHY DOES INDUSTRY WAIT FOR FRACKING DISCLOSURE REGULATION?
IS OUR QUEST FOR BIOFUELS SUSTAINABLE?
IEA BIOENERGY: BIOENERGY, LAND USE CHANGE AND CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION
COMMODITIES AND FOOD PRICES
OECD-FAO: FOOD AND ENERGY MARKETS NOW INTEGRATED
ESTIMATING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM LAND USE CHANGES DUE TO BIOFUELS
US: CORN FOR ETHANOL OR FOOD DEBATE HEATING UP
THE ENVIRONMENTAL STATE OF CANADIAN AGRICULTURE
GEORGE MORRIS CENTRE’S GRIER: BIOFUELS ARE RUNAWAY TRAIN
CFRA: BIOFUELS AND POPULAR MYTHS
LOW CARBON CRITERIA FOR FUELS
DAVID SUZUKI HONOURED
USING WASTE MATERIALS MAY NOT BE SO ‘BENEFICIAL’
HOW DARK IS OUR SPRING? HOW HIGH IS HIGH?
FLYING CARS ARE NOT ECO
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