Biofuel Blight Threatens Spectacular Kenyan Wetland

A flourishing wetland on Kenya?s northern coast is under serious threat from plans to grow vast amounts of sugarcane, partly for biofuel production. Developers want to transform nearly 50,000 acres of the spectacular Tana River Delta into sugarcane plantations with other parts of the Delta earmarked for rice.

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Updated: February 17, 2012 — 7:38 pm

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