Des biocarburants moins indigestes

Les eurodéputés veulent limiter le recours aux agrocaburants produits à base de cultures alimentaires.

Gilles Toussaint
Plant operator Sebastian Stredak of the PCK Raffinerie GmbH in Schwedt (Uckermark) in Brandenburg, is on his inspection walk through the production site, photographed on the 8th of March in 2011. Bio-fuel E10 is produced in the crude oil manufacture of the PCK. Millions of drivers, who are afraid of their engines, refuse to tank the fuel containing 10% of Ethanol. Photo: Patrick Pleul Reporters / DPA
Plant operator Sebastian Stredak of the PCK Raffinerie GmbH in Schwedt (Uckermark) in Brandenburg, is on his inspection walk through the production site, photographed on the 8th of March in 2011. Bio-fuel E10 is produced in the crude oil manufacture of the PCK. Millions of drivers, who are afraid of their engines, refuse to tank the fuel containing 10% of Ethanol. Photo: Patrick Pleul Reporters / DPA ©Reporters / DPA
La commission de l’environnement du Parlement européen s’est prononcée ce mardi en faveur d’une nouvelle législation visant à limiter le recours aux biocarburants produits à base de matières premières alimentaires...

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