What biofutures need is America's Cup energy
Carbon News, 13 June 2017
NEW ZEALAND could have a thriving biofutures industry, producing clean products from waste and cutting greenhouse gas emissions, if it put as much effort into addressing climate change as it puts into the America’s Cup yacht race. Instead it has a "piecemeal and ad hoc" approach from Government, the Bioenergy Association says.
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