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Question 3

Please describe observed and potential negative impacts of biofuel production and use on the ecosystems and on the socioeconomic status of local communities and countries.

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Ms. Caroline Valero
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Ms. Caroline Valero
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Simone Lovera
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Ms. Caroline Valero
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Mr Ian Lander
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M.A. Jorge Castillo
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Nina Holland
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Dr. Lilian Joensen
    caution!
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Myrle Traverse
    Selection of biofuels documents for reference (inc. EEA, UK Government, UK Devolved Administrations and others)
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Mr Stephen Grady
    Impact of palm-oil plantations on coastal peat swamps forest - case of Tripa, Aceh, Indonesia
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denis ruysschaert
    Biofuel Crop Impacts on Wildlife
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Krueger Linda Krueger
    The effects of palm oil production on tigers and other mammals in Sumatra, Indonesia
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Dr. Tom Maddox
    negative impacts
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Mr Michel Khouzami
    Protected areas & biofuel plantations - Indonesia
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Dr Lera Miles
    Protected areas & biofuel plantations - Uganda
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Dr Lera Miles
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Dr Lera Miles
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Mr. Robert Höft
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Dr. Stas Burgiel
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Mr. John Scott

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