biofuels

 
What has SAA been smoking now?
What has SAA been smoking now?
Rooted in the fertile earth outside the town of Marble Hall in Limpopo, row upon row of lush tobacco seedlings grow ever taller as they lap up the...
Science department launches SA's bio-economy strategy
Science department launches SA's bio-economy strategy
Science and Technology Minister Derek Hanekom on Tuesday launched the country's bio-economy strategy, a road map on how to develop South...
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Individual young designers
Winner: Aritia Reyneke Aritia Reyneke is proof that, with tenacity, innovative solutions can be found to everyday...
On full tanks and empty bellies
On full tanks and empty bellies
In the pantheon of great human follies, subsidising food producers and processors to grow food crops only to burn them as fuel in cars certainly...
Biofuels plant will cut UK's reliance on imported feed
Biofuels plant will cut UK's reliance on imported feed
Vivergo's plant at Saltend in the Humber estuary, opened with a £350-million investment, will take in 1.1-million tonnes a year of wheat...
Biofuel firms' perseverence set to pay off
Biofuel firms' perseverence set to pay off
The projects, which will usher in the first large-scale production of bioethanol in South Africa after many years of preparation, will follow...
Award winner: Biofuel plant backfires on community
Award winner: Biofuel plant backfires on community
Environment writer Sipho Kings is the 2013 corporate social investment / sustainability category winner for this piece...
R2bn ethanol plant planned for completion by 2014
R2bn ethanol plant planned for completion by 2014
South Africa plans to invest R2-billion to build an ethanol plant and help a hopeful biofuels sector that could reduce the country's reliance on...
A spoonful of sugar (could) make the world go around
A spoonful of sugar (could) make the world go around
The current frank discussions internationally and in South Africa on the role of biofuels are both timely and welcome -- because biofuels, along...
Biofuels land grab in Kenya's Tana Delta fuels talk of war
Biofuels land grab in Kenya's Tana Delta fuels talk of war
Gamba Manyatta village is empty now, weeds already roping around the few skeletal hut frames still standing. The people who were evicted took as...
Global food crisis: Counting the real cost of biofuels
Global food crisis: Counting the real cost of biofuels
This year, 40% of the United States's corn crop will go into car engines rather than stomachs. Add the fact that the US is both the world's largest...

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