Next-generation biofuels made from plants may reduce competition with food crops in poorer nations, but they are still in development. The existing incentives for biofuels in the United States and European Union remained a cause for grave concern. A United Nations Rapporteur warned on Thursday that biofuels remain an important driver behind big land acquisitions and land leases in poor countries that jeopardize local inhabitants’ food security.
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