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Hungry Corporations

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Corporate & Human Rights

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GM animals

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UK

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Governance

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Global agrofuel crops as contested sustainability, Part I: Sustaining what development?

Governments have been promoting biofuels for various stated aims—to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, to substitute for oil imports, to enhance energy security, and/or to gain export income. Finding substitutes for oil imports is a high priority for industrialized countries such as the United States, European Union member states, and Brazil. Governments also claim that biofuels from crops will benefit rural communities by enhancing economic development and employment.

GM Wheat

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