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Migeru..I would  need some input.

I am interested on a proposal for biofuels.

Knowing that most of the primary energy is not oil related and that most of oil is used n transportation (private and of goods), it seems that when there is an increase in the price of oil the first effect will be to increase the price of gasoline.

I think this increase in price is very good for private users of cars. On the other hand, the effect on prices for the transport of goods in inflation will hurt the poorest among us.

So I would like to propose to dedicate the core of biofuels to change the structure of consumption of oil on the transport sector and not for private cars.

In a word, goods should be transported by train and by trucks using a high rate of biofuels.

This is a clear proposal I have, and I imagine that I want it to reach the European Union. I think this is exactly what they are asking.

My question is.. how should I (we, if someone else is interested) proceed? Drop a line? Write an statement? send it as European Tribune? A particular?

Can you give me some light?

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by kcurie on Tue Jun 20th, 2006 at 05:06:23 PM EST
Why don't we move the discussion of biofuels to Jerome's front-page story?

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by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Wed Jun 21st, 2006 at 06:55:58 AM EST
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