Cornstalk biofuels can generate more greenhouse gases than gasoline: research

By CleanTechnica
Monday, April 28, 2014 5:40 EDT
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A cornfield in Godewaersvelde, northern France, on September 28, 2012. (AFP)
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Biofuels created from corn crop residues — such as stalks, leaves, cobs, etc — can generate higher levels of greenhouse gases than gasoline, according to new research from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The production of these biofuels —…

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