The history of palm oil production and how it lead to a climate catastrophe.
Use of U.S. Croplands for Biofuels Increases Greenhouse Gases Through Emissions from Land-Use Change
Beneficial Biofuels—The Food, Energy, and Environment Trilemma
Global human appropriation of net primary production doubled in the 20th century
Biofuels and the need for additional carbon
Correcting a fundamental error in greenhouse gas accounting related to bioenergy
Avoiding bioenergy competition for food crops and land
Bioenergy: how much can we expect for 2050?
Do biofuel policies seek to cut emissions by cutting food
High carbon and biodiversity costs from converting Africa’s wet savannahs to cropland
Biofuels: environmental consequences and interactions with changing land use
Cropbased biofuels and associated environmental concerns
Estimating greenhouse gas emissions from soy-based US biodiesel when factoring in emissions from land use change
Highland cropland expansion and forest loss in Southeast Asia in the twenty-first century
Replanting of firstcycle oil palm results in a second wave of biodiversity loss
Biodiversity Impacts of Some Agricultural Commodity Production Systems
Is oil palm agriculture really destroying tropical biodiversity?
Understory Vegetation in Oil Palm Plantations Benefits Soil Biodiversity and Decomposition Rates
Establishing the evidence base for maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem function in the oil palm landscapes of South East Asia
Systematic review of effects on biodiversity from oil palm production
Palm oil and biodiversity