Monday, June 2, 2008

News and Notes - June 2, 2008


Tennessee: Switching grass for gas

US News

Plant waste biofuels benefit from food debate

Food Report Criticizes Biofuel Policies

Anti-ethanol coalition stokes food versus fuel debate

Ribbon-cutting ceremony held for largest US ethanol plant

Sugar-to-ethanol sweetens farm bill

The Bad News about Ethanol you haven’t heard, yet

Report Released: The Effects of Climate Change on Agriculture, Land Resources, Water Resources, and Biodiversity

Algae Startups Confront Promise of Miracle Fuel With Big Summer

U.S. Development Group opens ethanol terminal in Arlington (TX)

International News

Brazil to defend biofuels at U.N. summit in Rome

Yesterday's food complacency proves hard to swallow

Growing bio-fuel demand underpinning higher agriculture prices, says joint OECD-FAO report,3343,de_2649_201185_38893378_1_1_1_1,00.html

INTERVIEW-Biofuel programmes need rethink – UNDP

Brazil offers Central America Mercosur and ethanol

Petrobras plans ethanol export pipelines

Tanzania blows hot and cold over biofuels

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