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Search results for: Jatropha-(Plant)

MEXICO/
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April 02, 2011
Jatropha seeds, the oil of which is used to produce biofuel, are seen in Chiapas April 1, 2011. An Interjet...
Chiapas, Mexico
Jatropha seeds, the oil of which is used to produce biofuel, are seen in Chiapas
Jatropha seeds, the oil of which is used to produce biofuel, are seen in Chiapas April 1, 2011. An Interjet Airlines Airbus 320 passenger plane using biofuel landed at Angel Albino Corzo of Tuxtla Gutierrez airport in Chiapas on Friday. The flight, from Mexico City's International Airport, was the first in Mexico partially powered (27%) by biofuel, the Mexican airport authority Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares (ASA) said. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: TRANSPORT ENERGY)
USA/
RTXTG8X
October 14, 2010
A White Peacock (Anartia Jatrophae) butterfly, a native of North and Central America, clings to a plant...
New York, UNITED STATES
A White Peacock butterfly clings to a plant on exhibit at American Museum of Natural History in New York...
A White Peacock (Anartia Jatrophae) butterfly, a native of North and Central America, clings to a plant at the American Museum of Natural History's Butterfly Conservatory exhibit in New York October 14, 2010. Over 500 butterflies from around the globe are on display at the museum until May. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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March 11, 2009
MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ - Illustration of the jatropha plant, a weed native to Central America which is increasingly...
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MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ - Illustration of the jatropha plant, a weed native to Central America which is increasingly being grown around the world to produce biodiesel. Accompanies Reuters feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/. RNGS. (SIN05)
MEXICO/BIOFUEL
RTXCM86
March 11, 2009
Samples of Biodiesel (L) and Jatropha oil are seen at a processing plant outside Guatemala City March...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
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Samples of Biodiesel (L) and Jatropha oil are seen at a processing plant outside Guatemala City March 5, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken March 5, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA ENERGY)
MEXICO/BIOFUEL
RTXCM7Y
March 11, 2009
A researcher checks samples of the toxic Jatropha fruit, or 'Pinon' at a research facility in Rosario...
Rosario Izapa, Mexico
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A researcher checks samples of the toxic Jatropha fruit, or 'Pinon' at a research facility in Rosario Izapa February 26, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken February 26, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (MEXICO ENERGY)
MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
RTXCM3Q
March 11, 2009
Jatropha fruits are seen at a research facility in Rosario Izapa February 26, 2009. All his life elderly...
Rosario Izapa, Mexico
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Jatropha fruits are seen at a research facility in Rosario Izapa February 26, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken February 26, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (MEXICO)
MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
RTXCM3N
March 11, 2009
A researcher checks samples of jatropha fruit at a research facility in Rosario Izapa February 26, 2009....
Rosario Izapa, Mexico
To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
A researcher checks samples of jatropha fruit at a research facility in Rosario Izapa February 26, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken February 26, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (MEXICO ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
RTXCM3J
March 11, 2009
A woman rides her bicycle past a fence made out of jatropha plants outside Tapachula February 26, 2009....
Tapachula, Mexico
To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
A woman rides her bicycle past a fence made out of jatropha plants outside Tapachula February 26, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken February 26, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (MEXICO ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
RTXCM3E
March 11, 2009
Jatropha plants grow outside Tapachula February 26, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo...
Tapachula, Mexico
To Go With MEXICO/BIOFUEL
Jatropha plants grow outside Tapachula February 26, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken February 26, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (MEXICO ENERGY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
RTXCM3B
March 11, 2009
A worker at Biocombustibles, a Guatemalan company producing biodiesel from a non-edible plant jatropha,...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/
A worker at Biocombustibles, a Guatemalan company producing biodiesel from a non-edible plant jatropha, poses before fueling up a vehicle in Guatemala City March 5, 2009. All his life elderly Mexican farmer Gonzalo Cardenas has planted a stalky weed that grows wild in southern Mexico to form a sturdy live fence around his tropical fruit trees. It turns out the weed, jatropha, could be used to fuel jet planes and the Mexican government wants farmers to grow entire fields of it to turn into biodiesel. Picture taken March 5, 2009. To match feature MEXICO-BIOFUEL/ REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA ENERGY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
MYANMAR
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March 06, 2008
A woman shows "physic nut", or jatropha, saplings inside a small plantation in Pyaw Gan, a village 160...
PYAW GAN, Myanmar
A woman shows "physic nut", or jatropha, saplings inside a small plantation in Pyaw Gan
A woman shows "physic nut", or jatropha, saplings inside a small plantation in Pyaw Gan, a village 160 km (100 miles) southwest of Myanmar's second city Mandalay, February 18, 2008. The former Burma's ruling military junta hopes the biodiesel-producing nuts will solve its energy crisis, although analysts say the mass planting scheme is typical of the ill-conceived central planning that has crippled the economy. REUTERS/Ed Cropley (MYANMAR)
BIOFUEL-MALI
RTR1Q0DL
May 23, 2007
Daouda Doumbia, 53, waters jatropha plants in Simiji, Mali, April 28, 2007. By crushing the seeds of...
SIMIJI, Mali
Daouda Doumbia waters jatropha plants in Simiji
Daouda Doumbia, 53, waters jatropha plants in Simiji, Mali, April 28, 2007. By crushing the seeds of the hardy jatropha plant, long thought to be useless, villagers can power a small generator with its oil, enough to run 40 streetlights and give 60 families power by night. Picture taken April 28, 2007. REUTERS/David Lewis (MALI)
BIOFUEL-MALI
RTR1Q0DD
May 23, 2007
Aboubacar Samake, head of the jatropha programme at the government funded National Centre for Solar and...
SIMIJI, Mali
Aboubacar Samake explains a generator powered by oil from the seed of the jatropha plant in Simiji
Aboubacar Samake, head of the jatropha programme at the government funded National Centre for Solar and Renewable Energy, explains a generator powered by oil from the seed of the jatropha plant in Simiji, Mali, April 28, 2007. By crushing the seeds of the hardy jatropha plant, long thought to be useless, villagers can power a small generator with its oil, enough to run 40 streetlights and give 60 families power by night. Picture taken April 28, 2007. REUTERS/David Lewis (MALI)
INDIA OILS JATROPHA
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November 01, 2006
A woman clears wild grass near jatropha plants in a jathropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162...
MALEGAON, India
To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA
A woman clears wild grass near jatropha plants in a jathropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast of Mumbai, October 9, 2006. Dozens of private firms are contracting villagers to grow the hardy, oil-rich plant in their mostly barren plots of land as India seeks to replace around five percent of its current 40 million tonnes of annual diesel consumption with jatropha biodiesel within about five years. To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
INDIA OILS JATROPHA
RTR1IVOW
November 01, 2006
Farmers dig near jatropa plants in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast...
MALEGAON, India
To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA
Farmers dig near jatropa plants in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast of Mumbai, October 9, 2006. Dozens of private firms are contracting villagers to grow the hardy, oil-rich plant in their mostly barren plots of land as India seeks to replace around five percent of its current 40 million tonnes of annual diesel consumption with jatropha biodiesel within about five years. To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
INDIA OILS JATROPHA
RTR1IVOV
November 01, 2006
A woman clears wild grass near a jatropha plant in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162...
MALEGAON, India
To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA
A woman clears wild grass near a jatropha plant in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast of Mumbai, October 9, 2006. Dozens of private firms are contracting villagers to grow the hardy, oil-rich plant in their mostly barren plots of land as India seeks to replace around five percent of its current 40 million tonnes of annual diesel consumption with jatropha biodiesel within about five years. To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
INDIA OILS JATROPHA
RTR1IVOS
November 01, 2006
A woman works next to a jatropa plant in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast...
MALEGAON, India
To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA
A woman works next to a jatropa plant in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast of Mumbai, October 9, 2006. Dozens of private firms are contracting villagers to grow the hardy, oil-rich plant in their mostly barren plots of land as India seeks to replace around five percent of its current 40 million tonnes of annual diesel consumption with jatropha biodiesel within about five years. To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
INDIA OILS JATROPHA
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November 01, 2006
Jatropa plants grow as a woman carries a heap of wild grass in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon,...
MALEGAON, India
To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA
Jatropa plants grow as a woman carries a heap of wild grass in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast of Mumbai, October 9, 2006. Dozens of private firms are contracting villagers to grow the hardy, oil-rich plant in their mostly barren plots of land as India seeks to replace around five percent of its current 40 million tonnes of annual diesel consumption with jatropha biodiesel within about five years. To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
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INDIA OILS JATROPHA
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November 01, 2006
A woman plants a jatropa plant in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast...
MALEGAON, India
To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA
A woman plants a jatropa plant in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast of Mumbai, October 9, 2006. Dozens of private firms are contracting villagers to grow the hardy, oil-rich plant in their mostly barren plots of land as India seeks to replace around five percent of its current 40 million tonnes of annual diesel consumption with jatropha biodiesel within about five years. To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA)
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RTR1PT06
October 09, 2006
Jatropa plants grow as a woman carries a heap of wild grass in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon,...
MALEGAON, India
Jatropa plants grow as a woman carries a heap of wild grass in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon...
Jatropa plants grow as a woman carries a heap of wild grass in a jatropa plantation field in Malegaon, 260 km (162 miles) northeast of Mumbai, October 9, 2006. Dozens of private firms are contracting villagers to grow the hardy, oil-rich plant in their mostly barren plots of land as India seeks to replace around five percent of its current 40 million tonnes of annual diesel consumption with jatropha biodiesel within about five years. To match feature INDIA OILS JATROPHA REUTERS/Prashanth Vishwanathan (INDIA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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