20 Feb 2008

Biofuels or Bicycles? Why the European Union should reconsider its biofuels target.

Arno Behrens

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In this CEPS Commentary, CEPS Research Fellow Arno Behrens argues that the EU’s target of increasing the share of biofuels in transport to 10% by the year 2020 is unjustified, and that the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions could be achieved more efficiently with other technologies and policies.

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