Biofuels - The Wide and the Narrow Paths to Energy

July 13 2007

Corn, sugar cane, lawn clippings and other food and non-food sources have been used as feedstock to produce biofuel for transportation and other energy applications.

Food feedstock (corn and sugar cane) development has made the most progress in energy production, but at what price?

The good news is that collaboration between nations is beginning to build, with the U.S. and Brazil leading the way.

Check out our June 2007 article collection on biofuels.

"Biofuel Bonanza"

"A New Biofuel Made from Fruit Sugars Promises More Oomph than Traditional Ethanol"

"Biofuels: Beyond Corn"

"From Leftovers to Energy"

"Sweet Routes To Sustainability"

"Biofuel Nations"

"Greener Jet Fuel"

"Transplanting a Genome"

"Building a Bug to Harvest Oil"

Please let us know what YOU think about any of the issues raised in these articles.

Category: Open to Debate
Filed under: Energy/Fuel