Ethanol has taken its lumps as a fuel, both for its energy costs and its displacement effect on crops people eat. Now, researchers have found a new way to break down lignocellulose, the basic material of plants, which with more work may permit energy- and cost-effective use of crop waste as a fuel.
Switching Our Dependence on Fossil Fuels to Renewable Sources Will Take Time By City Tech Blogger Anthony Romero
Preventing the increase of water vapor released into the atmosphere means we have to switch from fossil fuel production – our main energy source – to renewable energy sources. Climate change has become like a massive snowball rolling down the hill for some time now; it becomes more