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European Bioplastics publie des données sur l'utilisation des terres pour les bioplastiques
Date:4/8/2013

BERLIN, April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

- Les matières premières nécessaires à la production de bioplastiques n'occupent qu'une fraction minime de la superficie agricole mondiale.

La superficie nécessaire à la culture d'une quantité de matières premières suffisante pour la production de bioplastiques actuelle est inférieure à 0,006 % de la superficie agricole mondiale, qui totalise 5 milliards d'hectares. Tels sont les résultats publiés aujourd'hui par European Bioplastics, d'après les chiffres fournis par l'Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture (ONUAA) et l'Institut des bioplastiques et des biocomposites (IFBB) de l'université de Hanovre, en Allemagne.

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Sur les 5 milliards d'hectares de la superficie agricole mondiale, qui comprennent les pâturages (70 %, soit environ 3,5 milliards d'hectares) et les terres arables (30 %, soit environ 1,5 milliard d'hectares), environ 300 000 hectares sont nécessaires à la culture des matières premières destinées aux bioplastiques.[1] Les bioplastiques n'occupent que 0,006 % de la superficie agricole mondiale. Par métaphore, ce rapport correspond à la taille d'une tomate cerise moyenne placée à côté de la Tour Eiffel.

L'observation des terres agricoles mondiales et de leur utilisation fournit un constat très clair : 0,006 % des terres utilisées pour la culture des matières premières pour les bioplastiques sont loin d'être en concurrence avec les 98 % des terres utilisées pour les pâturages et les cultures destinées à l'alimentati
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