But how are they going to power their catalytic converters in the first place? The article does not provide enough information to tell us that. A lot of the commentary is based on the assumption that it does and that sounds more like an electrolytic prices to me. Need a lot more info to make commentary anything more than Isle speculation.
And there are a few GMO crops specifically designed for ethanol. The rest are just designed for feed applications. I would love to hear you elaborate more on how corn ethanol is a good idea.
It is more environmentally friendly to use gasoline. Nevertheless, waste cellulosic biofuel has potential to work efficiently and will most likely be able to be made cost effective once it is developed more on a large scale, as it uses waste as feedstock instead of wasting land and resource to grow a feedstock.
Growing a crop for specific use as biofuel does not reduce land use, it increases land use, because there is waste cellulose available for feedstock that does not require any additional land.
I dont think that corn ethanol is a great idea either. Viva La Evolucion The waste material is plentiful. An estimated million tons of cellulose-containing raw materials which could be used to create ethanol are thrown away each year in US alone.
Jackson Perhaps ironically, there are GMOs being developed specifically for the use in cellulosic ethanol production. I think each GMO should be critiqued individually instead of lumping them all together and saying they are all good, or all bad.
In the meantime, what does spraying roundup have to do with evening out drying? Also, most of Europe prohibits GMOs. For example, if a food contains.
In the US, a food can contain. Basic point, follow the money if you really want to know the truth. So, many EU products cant be shipped to North America as well.
This study has many flaws and there is a bunch of newer ones out showing the exact opposite, but that is neither here nor there… If you want to compare pesticide use between countries you need to go to FAOSTAT, it is the UNs Ag site and they have stats for everything, average yield, pesticides, labour used, and all kinds of other Ag stuff.
You can compare country to country, region to region, It is the bomb. My concerns over increased application of herbicides still stands.
It is no different than the anti-biotic wars.
We just end up creating more resistant varieties of weeds. Organic farming does none of that. However, it probably cannot support the current world population — that leads to the real elephant in the room.
We are running out of options on how to feed an exponentially increasing world population — a game we cannot win.Take the only tree that’s left, Stuff it up the hole in your culture.
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