Fossil Fuels vs Bio-Fuels
Powering cars with corn and burning wood to make electricity might seem like a way to lessen dependence on fossil fuels and help solve the climate crisis. But although some forms of bioenergy can play a helpful role, dedicating land specifically for generating bioenergy is unwise. It uses land needed for food production and carbon storage, it requires large areas to generate just a small amount of fuel, and it won’t typically cut greenhouse gas emissions.
There are many advantages of biofuels over fossil fuels that make the alternative fuel source an attractive option now and in the future. Biofuels have been in production for the last few decades and have really begun to take off with the awareness of global warming going around the world.
- Biofuels are not a green alternative to fossil fuels
- Are biofuels worse than fossil fuels?
- Hydrocarbons as fuels
- Advantages of Biofuels over Fossil Fuels
- Are biofuels a better alternative to fossil fuels?
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