Report: EU biofuel targets could make 100 million hungry

James S Murray
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Target to source 10 per cent of transport fuel from biofuels must be abandoned, says ActionAid

Up to 100 million more people could go hungry if member states agree to increase the consumption of biofuels in line with EU targets, a new report from development charity ActionAid has warned today...

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