Mexican Senate leaders call for more biofuels to reduce GHG emissions

April 10, 2017 |

In Mexico, the head of the Senate’s special commission on climate change has called for a review of new alterative fuels in an attempt to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in line with the country’s COP21 commitments. Policy restricts the use of corn as ethanol feedstock only to times when there is sufficient stocks in the country to cover food demand, while putting an emphasis on sugarcane and sorghum as more appropriate options. As a result, she and her colleagues are calling for a policy revision to further promote the production and consumption of biofuels.

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