A diverse set of highly respected researchers offers their perspectives on how sustainably deployed biofuels help can help society achieve many “win-wins” by supporting important environmental, economic, and social goals. In contrast, they question how continued massive reliance on liquid fuels from fossil materials can achieve positive environmental outcomes, especially higher carbon options such as oil sands, deep water drilling, natural gas-to-liquids and coal conversion. Read Biofuels Can Support Environmental Economic Social Goals June 2014.
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