International biofuels conference gets underway in Brazil

Nov 17, 2008
Brazil's Chief of Staff Dilma Rousseff (C, background) delivers a speech next to a 100% ethanol powered aircraft
Brazil's Chief of Staff Dilma Rousseff (C, background) delivers a speech next to a 100% ethanol powered aircraft made by Brazilian jet manufacturer Embraer, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. An international conference on biofuels involving officials from 40 countries got underway in Brazil on Monday with delegates to consider the issues of development, food security, trade and climate change.

An international conference on biofuels involving officials from 40 countries got underway in Brazil on Monday with delegates to consider the issues of development, food security, trade and climate change.



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