Driving Down Emissions: Achieving CO₂ Emissions Reduction Goals through Biofuels and Alternative Fuel Vehicles

Global warming returns to center stage as a global agreement on climate change was reached at 21st session of the Conference of the Parties (COP21). Of 34 billion tons (GT) of global CO2 emissions in 2015, road transportation made up 5.7 GT and has steadily increased over the years. With Intended Na...

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