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Biofuels, Land Grabbing and Food Security in Africa (Africa Now) Paperback – July 15, 2011

ISBN-13: 978-1848138780 ISBN-10: 1848138784

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"This is a most welcome and timely addition to the growing literature on biofuels. It comprises an interesting mix of country (Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Ghana) and broad studies, which raises serious concerns about the future of African smallholder farmers, usefully critiques the famous Brazilian biofuels 'success story', and makes a strong and surely unanswerable case for increased African intellectual engagement in this disturbing and highly dangerous field." --Robin Palmer, Mokoro Ltd, Oxford, formerly Global Land Adviser, Oxfam GB

About the Author

Prosper B. Matondi (PhD) is the Executive Director of Ruzivo Trust, a not for profit organization based in Harare, Zimbabwe. Kjell Havnevik (PhD) is senior researcher at the Nordic Africa Institute. Atakilte Beyene is a researcher in rural development. He is based at the Stockholm Environment Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.

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