19 May '12, 1pm

9 Reasons CleanStar Mozambique is Rio-Ready

9 Reasons CleanStar Mozambique is Rio-Ready

Yes, you read that number correctly – to fill the capacity of the current biofuel plant CleanStar Mozambique will be buying cassava from up to subsistence 100,000 farmers. These are people who have access to land, but they don’t farm beyond a subsistence level because they lack access to capital to buy seed and, more importantly, markets in which to sell their crops. CleanStar Mozambique is in the beginning stages of production and has been purchasing cassava on the open market in the mean-time – some of the bundles are two and three years old because the farmers haven’t had anyone to sell it to.

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2012/05/9-reasons-cleanstar-m...

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triplepundit.com 17 May '12, 5pm

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