25×25.org in the US is launching the 25x25blog on 1 April. I’ll be keeping an eye on it. 25×25 is an interesting organisation this is its vision: By 2025, America’s farms, forests and rancheswill provide 25 percent of the total energy consumed in the UnitedStates, while continuing to produce safe, abundant, and affordablefood, feed and […]
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Put out the flags. I’ve reached the 1000 post mark. I started this in October 2006 with an open if sceptical mind. Its been a lot of fun so far. I’ve met a whole bunch of people who have commented on what I’ve written and offered suggestions and I’d like to thank you for that. […]
Check out the biofuelwatch blog. The report on the COLOMBIA EMERGENCY CONFERENCE “Global Crisis, Human Rights and Agrofuels” makes interesting reading on how life is on the ground for many people at the sharp end of the biofuels business in the developing world. What this reports shows, apart from the lack of civil society in […]
I thought, that you might like to see what my desk looks like. So is my desk tidier than yours?
Here are some recent blog posts about Jatropha. SandeepOzard’s blogpage a pretty thorough round up on the plant, by the looks of things Clement Nyirenda’s Blog World an interesting look at things from an african perspective The Energy Blog pretty solid stuff from the Fraserdomain Jatropha: The Next Biofuel Craze Biopact Greenoptions Energy and Electric […]