The Dysfunctional Nature of Capitalism and “Free Trade”

[Is this crazy or what? -Thomas]
Forests Paying the Price for Biofuels
By Fred Pearce
NewScientist.com
Tuesday 22 November 2005
The drive for “green energy” in the developed world is having the perverse effect of encouraging the destruction of tropical rainforests. From the orangutan reserves of Borneo to the Brazilian Amazon, virgin forest is being razed to grow palm oil and soybeans to fuel cars and power stations in Europe and North America. And surging prices are likely to accelerate the destruction.

One thought on “The Dysfunctional Nature of Capitalism and “Free Trade”

  1. Hemp is hardier, more efficient to grow and does not need to displace the current vegetation.
    We don’t use hemp because it makes the slaves sleep all day and eat cheetos while they pleasure your wife or something like that.

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