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Biofuels… from Prickly Pears

(Fr: Biocarburants produits de figues de barbarie)

Biofuels are a great idea, but making them mostly from corn is a bad idea. Corn is a water-intensive crop, and dedicating hundred of thousands of acres to growing fuel instead of food isn’t the smartest use of resources for a planet that is low on both fresh water and food.There’re a lot of start-ups nowadays which are specialized more and more in clean energy, biomass waste, wind power from photovoltaics etc. We wrote last year about how biofuels from coffee grounds could help to power London or  even how to produce fuel from whisky residues. Continue reading Biofuels… from Prickly Pears