This is a guest post from Professor David B. Benson (retired), who is a regular commenter on The Big Biofuels Blog.David’s contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org Biofuel——- Photosynthesis uses only a very small fraction of the available sunlight. This means that growing biomass to make biofuels will require considerable land (and water) resources. Even so, these are […]
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By Simon Robinson on 24 December, 2008 in Agriculture, Algae, Biodiesel, Bioethanol, Biofuels, Butanol, Ethanol, Policy
A couple of days ago I linked to Climate Progress a blog which I mistakenly attributed to David B. Benson who regularly comments on this blog. Climate Progress is in fact Joseph Romm’s blog. Apologies to both.
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