New Oxfam report reveals where people are getting enough of the right food.
Congress, it’s your move, say Oxfam and an unlikely group of stakeholders
No, they don't. But can large-scale land acquisitions?
We have an opportunity right now to press the pause button on misguided US corn ethanol policy.
This isn’t just a treat to help cows beat the heat; in fact, it shows how US farmers are resorting to extreme measures to deal with the worst drought in 50 years. Unfortunately, poor people don't have that option.
While there wasn’t anywhere near enough political will at Camp David, Los Cabos, or Rio, the growing insistence of civil society, north and south, especially young people, was undeniable.
Headline: Kenya develops unique Bio-Ethanol Gel Biofuel for Kitchen Use,: “resulting in a viscous yellow liquid that burns slowly with a high heat output…” Meanwhile, in the USA: Headline: Feds announce recall of more ethanol fuel gel products: “The recall was made due to serious risks of flash fire and burns when consumers add pourable […]
Senate votes overwhelmingly to end the ethanol tax credit immediately. Today the Senate voted 73 to 27 to end the VEETC in July, even though it was scheduled to expire at the end of the year anyway. At the same, time, the House voted overwhelmingly to prohibit new government investment in ethanol infrastructure. By a […]
The time is ripe for new ideas and reforms around US biofuels policy.