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By Lawrence T. Beckerle It's a little amusing to listen to West Virginia politicians and editors speak out against the federal subsidies to produce more biofuels. More than that, it's sad because it's a sure sign that they don't understand what is going on.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/18a19d/latin_america_mark) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Latin America Market for Second and Third Generation Biofuels" to their offering.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/da2d0c/biofuels_greenho) has announced the addition of the "Biofuels & Greenhouse Gas Emissions" report to their offering.
By Anonymous BIOFUELS Biofuels widely are considered one of the most promising sources of renewable energy by policymakers and environmentalists alike.
The UN will lead a climate talk Monday in Germany where they will meet with experts to forge a new global warming pact during a time when critics are partly blaming higher food and energy prices on climate change measures.
Latin American nations could become important suppliers of ethanol for world markets in coming decades, according to an Oak Ridge National Laboratory study released recently.
More evidence is piling up that biofuels may not be the boon to energy resources that they've been touted to be. In recent years, studies have pointed out several potential problems with using biofuels, such as ethanol, as energy sources.
Biofuels, or so-called "green" fuels, are under currently under speculation as two new studies show that they may actually be counteractive if the full emissions costs of production are taken into account.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c74071) has announced the addition of The Biofuels Market Outlook: Market Drivers, Growth Opportunities and Regulatory Change to their offering.
On Friday, a Dutch committee will unveil stringent criteria for growing biofuels in ways that don't damage the environment or release more greenhouse gases than they save.
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