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absorb CO2 from the atmosphere.
absorb The Rise in Atmospheric CO2
The Rise in Atmospheric CO Since the industrial
revolution began in the
mid-1800s, humans have
increased the CO2 content
of the atmosphere by
almost 37%, much of this
by burning fossil fuels.
by Bioethanol (Fuel)
Bioethanol Produced by fermenting sugar or starch-rich plants, such
as sugar cane or corn, to produce alcohol.
as Biodiesel Fuel
Biodiesel Made primarily from oil derived from plants such as
soybeans, canola, or palms.
Recycling Plants remove carbon through photosynthesis and put it back
in by the burning of biofuels
in No extra carbon is put into the atmosphere by using biofuels But There is Hot Debate Over Biofuels
Demand will drive up food
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