Press, politicians, and protesters perplex people, but biofuels investors and inventors illuminate the way

The U.K.'s biofuels plans are suffering yet another black eye as details of a study conducted for the Department for Transport have leaked, and the finding that "some of the most commonly-used biofuel crops fail to meet the minimum sustainability standard set by the European Commission" has hit the ...

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