EU biofuels policy comes at an unacceptably high economic, social and environmental cost – time to fix a failed policy

Civil society organisations express concerns regarding the economic, social and environmental costs of EU biofuels policy. They call for urgent action to halt the expansion of land-based biofuels which bring few or no climate benefits while putting extra pressure on scarce land resources, especially for food and feed.

International organisations that have signed the letter
Actionaid, BirdLife, Climate Action Network, CIDSE, ClientEarth, ECOS, Earth Peoples, European Environmental Bureau, Food and Water Watch, Friends of the Earth Europe, Greenpeace, Forest Peoples Programme, IFOAM EU, OXFAM, Transport and Environment

Some other organisations that don't operate on a global level were also among the signers, making the number 122 civil society organisations overall.