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Agro-Fuels and Social Movements in Brazil

Article no: EN20071115-Article-6.3-2007

Agro-Fuels and Social Movements in Brazil

A heated international debate has been triggered by fuels derived from plants. Brazil plays an important role in this discussion. The country is a pioneer in the use of plant-based fuels, and a multi-faceted scene involving NGOs and social movements follows the current developments. The social movements of landless, agricultural workers and small farmers have now intensified their efforts to initiate a dialogue about the conflict-charged future of agro-fuels, reports Thomas Fatheuer from Curitiba.

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