Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Oil shale has a smaller carbon footprint than ethanol

A peer-reviewed article in the February issue of Science calculates the entire carbon footprint of ethanol to be 93 percent larger than gasoline. The article reports that even the switchgrass footprint is 50 percent larger than gasoline.

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