That the Commission is starting to publish its work is a welcome step. To date it has not been transparent enough. It has failed to respond to MEPs' questions about its work on indirect land-use change, allowing deadlines to lapse. It has also delayed publication of critical reports on biofuel, including a study by its own research unit in 2007-08. More recently, one independent contractor was so unhappy with how the Commission represented its work that it drafted a footnote disclaiming the conclusions on biofuel. One Commission department has argued against publishing critical studies, because they give ammunition to critics of biofuel.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
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A key excerpt of article 2:
The Commission has three more studies on indirect land-use change still to publish, so the study from the trade department is not the final word, but it has something useful to say about the relationship between biofuel crops and land-use patterns.
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Biofuel is causing major problems for the Commission.
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