Environmental impacts of Biofuels

One of the major reasons for showing interest towards biofuels is to minimize the greenhouse gas and carbonyl emissions and to mitigate the climate change caused by fossil fuels. The greenhouse gases may be emitted by changes of cropland use because of increased biofuels production from one crop to another. In some cases more carbon is generated by converting a land that is used for growing biofuel feedstock to forest than the biofuel production itself. Biofuels also have a vital impact on the biodiversity and the water resources.

  • Greenhouse gas emission
  • Mitigate climate change
  • Effect on biodiversity
  • Control carbonyl emissions
  • Biodegradability in aquatic environment
  • Impact on water resources

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