Setting Global Standards for Sustainable Biofuels Development

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Title: Setting Global Standards for Sustainable Biofuels Development
Author: Woods, Jeremy
Abstract: Environmental standards are vital if the international trade in biofuels was to be allowed to begin on a massive scale. Large-scale production of biofuels in Asia — such as palm oil plantations in Papua New Guinea — could cause serious environmental challenges for the entire planet, starting with the clearance of forested land for plantations. Development should focus on second-hand generation biofuels are produced from the by-products of food crops, such as sugarcane, rather than crops grown purely for bio-fuel production.
Description: Presented at the 180-Minute Symposium Biofuels Ablaze, organized by Susan E Cozzens, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
Type: Presentation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/27634
Date: 2009-02-15
Contributor: Imperial College, London
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Biofuels
Sustainable energy
Biofuel production

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