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Palm oil and soy oil for biofuels linked to high rates of deforestation

A significant share of palm oil and soybean expansion happens on rainforests, forests, peatland and savannahs (land with high carbon stocks), according to a new study reviewing the latest scientific evidence on deforestation.

Palm oil and soy oil for biofuels linked to high rates of deforestation – new study | Transport & Environment



Palm oil no longer considered ‘biofuel’ in France

In a rare revolt against the government, the French National Assembly has passed a bill explicitly saying palm oil “is not a biofuel” and won’t be eligible for tax breaks as of 1 January 2020. In Europe, a decision is expected in the coming weeks.

Palm oil no longer considered ‘biofuel’ in France – EURACTIV.com




 

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