Asian and Pacific leaders promote biofuels

Asian and Pacific leaders are promoting the use of biofuels in an agreement at the Cebu, the Philippines, summit yesterday to help reduce their dependence on conventional sources of energy in Cebu, the Philippines, according to AP.
The Cebu Declaration on East Asian Energy Security was signed by leaders from Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, India, Japan, China and South Korea after a three-hour summit in the central Philippine city of Cebu. It calls for improved energy efficiency and reduced dependence on fossil fuels, while urging countries to expand renewable energy systems and biofuel production.
Hat tip to IF Energy.

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