University of Michigan researcher says biofuels’ carbon neutrality a myth

September 26, 2013 |

In Michigan, a researcher from the University of Michigan has published a study in the open journal Climate Change debunking the idea that biofuels are carbon neutral. He says that although biofuels can play a mitigation role when certain conditions are met, deemphasizing biofuel production in favor of terrestrial carbon management may offer more immediate and effective ways to counterbalance the CO2 emitted when using carbon-based liquid fuels of any origin.

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