Not All Biofuels are Green
Kentucky Bar Association, Bench & Bar, March 2010
It seems reasonable. Abundant sunlight, soil, and water are used to grow plants to be harvested and then burned directly or processed to produce liquid fuels. Growing the plants (biomass) and producing the fuels (biofuels) appears green, renewable, natural. Too good to be true? Maybe.
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