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The Food versus Fuel Debate

@inproceedings{Niranjan2012TheFV,
  title={The Food versus Fuel Debate},
  author={E. Niranjan and M. Rulli and Davide Bellomi and A. Cazzoli and J. Escobar and E. Lora and O. Venturini and E. Ya{\~n}ez and E. Castillo},
  year={2012}
}
Q As an expert in land-based feedstock development, what would you regard as the major advances in this field to date? In sharp contrast to food crops, which people have been growing and breeding for millennia, research on most energy crops is still in its infancy. Yet even in a relatively short period of time, we have seen breeding programs increase yields of energy crops such as switchgrass and willow by 30–50% [1,2]. We are just beginning to see results from the application of crop… Expand
Feedstocks for biodiesel production: Brazilian and global perspectives
Biofuels in the long-run global energy supply mix for transportation
  • G. Timilsina
  • Economics, Medicine
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
  • 2014

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