Biofuelwatch press release for immediate use Thursday 5th March 2015
Residents express concerns over RWE biomass plant at Markinch
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The Department of Energy (DOE) has released a Programmatic draft Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) to determine whether to use $36 million of taxpayer money to test genetically engineered (GE) and hybrid crops in the Southeastern US for bioenergy. The DOE believes without this government funding, production of liquid biofuels and biomass will not increase at a fast enough rate to meet it’s Energy Indepence and Security Act (EISA) 2007 mandates for renewable fuel.
Continue reading Tell the Department of Energy: No Genetically Engineered Trees or Crops for Biofuels in the Southeast!
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Campaigners warn Government against granting up to £1 billion of tax payers’ money for Drax carbon capture scheme
White Rose Coal Power plant with Carbon Capture and Storage dubbed “White Elephant” as similar US scheme collapses
The US Government has pulled the plug on a flagship carbon capture project on which they had already spent hundreds of millions of dollars.  Meanwhile, the UK Government is expected to bookstore.ie make an imminent announcement of a grant of up to £1 billion to a similar coal power station ‘carbon capture’ project by a consortium including Drax plc, owners of the UK’s largest power station .
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This year’s protest will coincide with Drax Plc’s AGM, which we anticipate will haven on the morning of Wednesday 22nd April. As soon as Drax announces the details of its AGM, we’ll confirm the protest time and http://eltaller-blog.com/buy-levitra-50-mg place. For now though, keep the 22nd free!
TAKE ACTION NOW! The US Department of Agriculture is allowing GE tree giant ArborGen to develop their new GE loblolly pine tree in the United States with NO regulations or risk assessments! This is the first genetically engineered forest tree to be approved for commercial production anywhere in the world (outside of China).
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We will have a speaker from a US alliance of conservation organisations that are campaigning against the destruction of their country’s forests to produce pellets for Drax and other UK power stations. In the southern US, remnants of highly biodiverse and carbon rich wetland forests are being destroyed for pellet production. And Richard Solly from the London Mining Network will report back from his recent visit to the world’s largest opencast mine in Colombia, Cerrejon, a mine linked to brutal evictions, pollutions and malnutrition amongst local communities. Drax burns coal from Cerrejon and wood pellets from the southern US.
Please help spread the word via https://www.facebook.com/events/1004112519616395/
On Friday, 6th February, Transition Town Kingston are hosting a debate on Energy Policy between Ed Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change (and the local MP) and Duncan Law from Biofuelwatch:
TTK host a discussion: “Energy for the future – is policy fit for purpose?”
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