NWF warns on invasive species as next-gen biofuels feedstocks

April 11, 2012 |

In Virginia, the National Wildlife Foundation has a new report out exploring the risk of using invasive species as feedstock for next generation biofuels.

It looks at crops such as giant reed, Reed canarygrass and napiergrass, warning to not allow short-term economic benefits outweigh the environmental risks posed by including these species in bioenergy plans.

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