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Sugarcane

Biomass is the next biofuel 'land grab' on tropical forests, warn campaigners

Tom Levitt

5th December, 2011

Just as biofuels have gobbled up farmland that should have been growing food so the push on biomass by Monsanto, Cargill and others will see an 'unprecedented' grab on land, plants and biodiverse-rich forests more...
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A tropical storm

William Laurance

1st November, 2008

The world’s tropical forests are falling as fast as ever – at a pace of about 13 million hectares each year, or 50 football fields a minute. But the rainforest killers are changing, with big implications for us all. more...

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