Seaweed Biofuel Promotes Island Self-Sustainability

Biofuel hold promise for some, but is a bad word to others. While reducing dependency on fossil fuels, many are produced from food crops like corn or sugar, meaning food meant for hungry mouths is diverted to filling gas tanks. To heighten production, farmers begin mono-cropping, which degrades the soil. The amount of fresh water required, and the carbon emissions …

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