United Nations’ latest biofuels report highlights dangerous disconnect between policy makers and technology developers

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) recently published a report titled "Second Generation Biofuel Markets: State of Play, Trade and Developing Country Perspectives." The report’s goal was to "provide public and private practitioners with a macro-picture of the advanced...

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