The owners of the New Zealand volcano that erupted in 2019, claiming the lives of 22 people, are set to face trial. The Whakari White Island volcano is owned by brothers James, Peter, and Andrew Buttle, and the prosecution against them has been approved this week. The ownership of the island can be traced back to 1936 when George Buttle, a stockbroker from Auckland, purchased the land. The island was later passed down to his sons and eventually to his grandsons, who are the current owners. It is worth noting that the volcano on the island had erupted even before any sulfur and salt mining activities took place.
The increasing "use" of biofuels around the world is going to create a shortage of edible oil. Biofuel made from oilseeds such as soybean and canola is being used not only in trucks, but also in aircraft. are promoting. Its purpose is to reduce dependence on petroleum and reduce pollution. Due to this, the possibility of reducing the availability of edible oil is deepening. This year a new problem is going to arise. According to Thomas Milki, executive director of Hamburg-based Oil World , growth in vegetable oil production is expected to slow in the first half of the year. Indonesia' and Malaysia supply about 85% of the world's palm oil. But due to slow planting of palm trees, bad weather and deforestation Production in these countries has stagnated.