Tag Archives: Europe
This week the European Commission is discussing the future direction of its flagship biofuel policy, in particular how the science of land use change could affect the methodology approved for calculating GHG savings. The talks come as NGOs are increasingly … Continue reading
I certainly hope not if his performance on Newsnight last Thursday is anything to go by. If you didn’t see it you can view it on the BBC iPlayer here. It’s worth a watch, partly because journalist Susan Watts’ excellent … Continue reading
This blog has reported on the troubled inclusion of aviation in the European Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) before. As it’s not a key area of coverage for Enagri, which deals primarily with bioenergy, it’s a subject I thought had … Continue reading
According to the Irish agricultural research organisation Teagasc, Ireland’s attempts to build a biofuel industry have stalled spectacularly.