Wednesday, May 9, 2018

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Dear Biofuelwatch supporter,

We would love to be able to keep you informed about our work, invite you to events and share our petitions and email alerts with you but we haven't heard from you yet.

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Biofuelwatch campaigns to protect forests, communities and the climate from destructive and polluting bioenery. We want to see and end to burning wood in power stations and biofuels made from crops such as palm oil and soya in cars. Together with our allies, we campaign for fundamental reforms to energy, to move away from burning carbon (whether from fossil fuels, huge amounts of wood or waste incineration) and towards a low-energy society powered with truly renewable and low-carbon energy, such as wind and solar. 

We are at the forefront of the UK campaign to stop vital renewable energy subsidies, which should boost wind and solar, being given to power stations that burn pellets and woodchips made from huge numbers of trees, many of them logged in highly biodiverse forests in the southern US and elsewhere. Our #AxeDrax campaign aims to shut down Drax power station, the UK's largest and most carbon-polluting power stations by ending the scandal of its £2 million a day subsidies.

We rely on your help with spreading the news, sharing vital petitions and email alerts and call-outs for occasional street protests, for example against Drax!

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Best regards,

Almuth, Fran, Sally and Duncan

(The Biofuelwatch Team)

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Biofuels are a wide range of fuels which are in some way derived from biomass.

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