The Biofuel Greenhouse Gas Emissions Labyrinth

By Nathanael Baker
TheEnergyCollective – As governments roll out public policy directing increased biofuel production for all sectors of the transportation industry, serious questions around environmental sustainability still remain. Although the food versus fuel debate — should arable land be used to grow energy crops, or food crops be used to fuel our cars instead of our bodies — has long been a part of the biofuel story, the issue is becoming more complex…. Read More.

Source and Photo: TheEnergyCollective, May 18th, 2012.
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