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Isis sugar mill plans to use wastewater to grow algae for human food and fuel

While you might recognise algae growing in your fish tank or floating on a lake, it can be transformed into a human food source that can also power your car, and it doesn't compete for space with crops.
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What are biofuels and why is it so confusing whether they are a source of clean energy or not?

India, the current president of the Group of 20 industrialized and developing nations, has proposed a global biofuel alliance that seeks to accelerate sustainable biofuels deployment to support the global energy transition.
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Michael Grunwald: The climate solution that’s horrible for the climate

Corn ethanol and soy biodiesel accelerate food inflation and global hunger, but they’re also a disaster for the climate and the environment.
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An oil refiner leans on manure to provide a greener future

Varo Energy, a Swiss provider of gasoline and diesel, is charting a path to lower carbon energy by relying on farm waste and used cooking oil.
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Japanese companies turn discarded food into new products, cutting waste

Some Japanese companies are using discarded foodstuffs to make entirely different products — and help save a bit of the planet in the process.
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Cornell Robertson: How can soybeans be used to fuel vehicles?

Organizations that adopt the use of biodiesel will have a positive impact on both their bottom line and the environment. They’ll reduce fuel and maintenance costs while, at the same time, improve air quality and increase our country’s energy independence.

Bay Area refineries want to ditch crude oil for biofuels

These Bay Area refineries want to ditch crude oil for biofuels. Critics say that’s a bad idea

Two oil companies say they want to transform their Bay Area refineries to aid California’s fight against climate change, but some environmental groups are skeptical and are pushing for closer scrutiny from local officials.

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