Biofuels increase CO2 emissions: study

Maria Church
August 25, 2016
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Aug. 25, 2016 - A University of Michigan study published today claims that biofuels created from crops account for more carbon dioxide emissions than gasoline. 

 

Renewable fuels advocates are questioning the methodology of the study, and note that the research was funded by the American Petroleum Institute.

"This is the same study, same flawed methodology, and same fallacious result that Professor DeCicco has churned out multiple times in the past," said Renewable Fuels Association senior vice president Geoff Cooper.

Read the full article by the Detroit Free Press.

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