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Global Energy Policy: A View from Brazil
The Handbook of Global Energy Policy
Considering the above issues related to barriers to the replication of the Brazilian biofuels program in other DCs, the most significant lessons learned from the Brazilian experience include the adequate choice for biofuels crops, through the establishment of an agroenvironmental-economic zoning to define the best areas for food and fuel production, ensuring food security and contributing to rural development (not only through the creation of jobs in rural areas but also through the increase of energy access from sugarcane bagasse) (Goldembergdoi:10.1002/9781118326275.ch27 fatcat:ujm6qvo375bf7mr2grvcaynrcq