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Norway becomes first country to ban all palm oil based biofuel to protect rainforest
by Jill Ettinger, Editor-in-Chief
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10 December 2018
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Palm oil-based biofuels will no longer be permitted in Norway, the nation's parliament announced last week [Monday 3 December]. The move, which aims to thwart the destruction of Indonesian rainforests razed for palm oil plantations, makes Norway the first country to enforce such a ruling. According to recent estimates, current demands could lead to 7 billion tonnes of CO2 emissions produced over the next two decades.
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