A project on Biofuels and Food Security in Developing Countries, which focuses on understanding the pathways of impacts on the poor, in order to make a better assessment of policy interventions and investments.
Our vision of success is to create an analytical platform with which informed decisions can be made on biofuels development and investment in order to enhance the positive effects for the poor and mitigate the adverse effects. Click here to learn more
The Biofuels and the Poor project team is composed of researchers and support staff based at the partner institutions - Stanford University, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), the Center for Chinese Agricultural Policy (CCAP), and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, as well as in the case study countries (Senegal, India, Mozambique and Brazil). Several collaborators and affiliates provide analytical support, empirical analysis, advice, and guidance on key project areas. Learn more about the Biofuels & the Poor project team.
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