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The impacts and opportunities of oil palm in Southeast Asia: What do we know and what do we need to know?
Douglas Sheil, Anne Casson, Erik Meijaard, Meline van Noordwijk, Joanne Gaskell, Jacqui Sunderland-Groves, Karah Wertz, Markku Kanninen
Center for International Forestry Research (2009) +HTML+


 
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Potential Impact of U.S. Biofuels on Regional Climate
Matei Georgescu, David Lobell, Christopher B. Field
Geophysical Research Letters vol. 36, L21806 (2009) +HTML+


 

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Greater Transportation Energy and GHG Offsets from Bioelectricity Than Ethanol
J. Elliot Campbell, David Lobell, Christopher B. Field
Science (2009) +HTML+


 
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Mapping Land Sources for New Biofuel Croplands
Holly Gibbs
AAAS Annual Meeting (2009) +PDF+


 

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Sustainable Biofuels Redux
Holly Gibbs, et al.
Science vol. 322 (2008) +HTML+


 

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Our Daily Bread: Without public investment, the food crisis will only get worse
Rosamond L. Naylor, Walter P. Falcon
Boston Review (2008) +HTML+


 
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The Global Potential of Bioenergy on Abandoned Agricultural Lands
J Elliott Campbell, David Lobell, Robert Genova, Christopher B. Field
Environmental Science and Technology (2008) +HTML+


 

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Climate Change and Global Health: Quantifying a Growing Ethical Crisis
Holly Gibbs, et al.
EcoHealth vol. 4, 4 (2007) +HTML+


 
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The Ripple Effect: Biofuels, Food Security, and the Environment
Rosamond L. Naylor, Adam Liska, Marshall Burke, Walter P. Falcon, Joanne Gaskell, Scott Rozelle, Kenneth Cassman
Environment vol. 49, 9 (2007) +HTML+


 

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Project Timeline: Program for the Study of Biofuels, Poverty and Food Security
Jikun Huang, Mark Rosengrant, Scott Rozelle, Rosamond L. Naylor, Walter P. Falcon, David Victor, Kenneth Cassman
(2007) +PDF+


 
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National Security Consequences of U.S. Oil Dependency
David G. Victor, John Deutch, James R. Schlesinger
Council on Foreign Relations (2006) +HTML+ +PDF+


 


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