Promoted as a green solution to the our energy needs, biofuels are now an integral part of the EU’s energy policy. So we breathe a sigh of relief and think it’s an answer to renewable energy until we become aware that as much as 60% of the land taken through land grabbing maybe taken out of food production and put into bio mass crops. Multinationals are trying to displace Guarani communities in Brazil, and turn the land to growing sugar cane for ethanol production. The sad thing being that growing crops to feed our cars provides more profit than growing crops to feed the hungry. Action Aid are doing a great job bringing this message home.