Rachel Smolker, Biofuelwatch (Co-Director). +1.802.482.2848 (office), +1.802.735.7794 (mobile). email@example.com
Anne Petermann, Global Justice Ecology Project (Executive Director), STOP GE Trees Camapign (Coordinator), +1.716.931.5833 (office) +1.802.578.0477 (mobile) firstname.lastname@example.org
1] The Open Letter can be found at http://www.biofuelwatch.org.uk//srv/htdocs/wp-content/uploads/DRAX-AGM-signon.pdf. It is supported by 48 non-UK organizations, including Friends of the Earth International, Global Forest Coalition and World Rainforest Movement. Separately from the letter, 16 UK-based groups are supporting a protest outside the Drax AGM today: http://www.biofuelwatch.org.uk/2013/drax-agm-targeted-over-biomass-conversion-plans/.
 For a list of studies, please see http://www.biofuelwatch.org.uk/resources-on-biomass/. Note: UK coal cofiring is in part driven by the introduction of new regulations on sulphur dioxide emissions. Coal plants that would otherwise have to shut down, can meet the new standards by partial substitution of wood, thus perpetuating the lifespan of these polluting facilities.
 Arborgen is a joint initiative of timber companies International Paper, MeadWestvaco and Rubicon.