Palm oil, soy boom to skyrocket global GHG emissions -report

Published 10:22 on March 10, 2020  /  Last updated at 10:27 on March 10, 2020  /  Americas, Asia Pacific, Aviation/CORSIA, International, Other APAC, RINs & LCFS, South & Central, US  /  No Comments

A demand boom in palm oil and soy driven by Brazil, Indonesia, and possibly the international aviation sector, could spur enough deforestation to emit 11.5 billion tonnes of CO2e to 2030, a report published Tuesday said.

A demand boom in palm oil and soy driven by Brazil, Indonesia, and possibly the international aviation sector, could spur enough deforestation to emit 11.5 billion tonnes of CO2e to 2030, a report published Tuesday said.

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