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The use of biofuels to mitigate global warming


, : The use of biofuels to mitigate global warming. A global warming forum: scientific, economic, and legal overview: 475-485

The use of plant biomass could eliminate CO2 accumulation from fossil fuel combustion. Processes available to produce ethanol, methane, methanol, and other chemicals, are reviewed.


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