Skepticism in the traditional biofuels arena – is “trash can to gas can” the new motto?

Dr. Keith Smith from the University of Edinburgh recently published a paper titled “Crop-based biofuels and associated environmental concerns” presenting a highly skeptical view on current life-cycle analyses of crop-based biofuels. In the report, Dr. Smith identified two errors in previous life-cyc...

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