Biofuels scientists from Argonne National Laboratory have offered a scathing critique of a recent study that found the world cannot meet its future food needs and produce bioenergy at the same time. In a set of comments, Argonne’s Michael Wang and Jennifer Dunn said the paper published by the World Resources Institute relied on faulty assumptions about bioenergy production, as well as ignored key studies that paint biofuels in a positive light.
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