Certification as a tool to reduce greenhouse gas emissions


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Biofuels are seen as a key means to decarbonise the transport sector, with growing quantities of green fuels set to be used in planes and ships, as well as road transport.

Prior to being sold in the EU, biofuels are subject to certification from voluntary schemes. These schemes assert that green fuels are produced in line with EU sustainability criteria.

In this special report, Euractiv examines the role of biofuel certification schemes, exploring their contribution to the EU goals of reducing carbon emissions and safeguarding biodiversity.

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