|Title||Indirect Land Use Change: Assessing and Dealing with this Real Effect is Important in Biofuel and Climate Policy|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Authors||O’Hare M, Gopal A, Kammen DM|
|Keywords||Biofuel, climate change, land use change|
The attached document is a response to the recently published opinion piece in the ARE Update: Zilberman, D., Hochman, G. and Rajagopal, D. (2010) “Indirect Land Use: One Consideration Too Many in Biofuel Regulation”, Agricultural and Resource Ecomomics Update, 13(4), Mar/Apr 2010.
The RAEL authors insist on the fact that indirect land use change GHG discharges are real, consequential, and important.
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