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Tanzania praised for halting energy project to protect wildlife, farming land


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Posted 28 June 2016 - 06:08 PM

Good news I think:

 

http://www.the-star....ldlife_c1376895

 

 

The article does not give any detail about how the project would have generated energy from converting sugar and water into ethanol - but that doesn't sound like a carbon-neutral undertaking to me.  So the initiative's carbon footprint seems like another reason to oppose the project.

 

 


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