05 Apr '12, 12pm

U.S. Airports are Sitting on a Biofuel Goldmine

U.S. Airports are Sitting on a Biofuel Goldmine

One main obstacle to introducing biofuels in the mass market is the risk that a significant increase in acreage for biofuel crops will destroy habitats and impinge on land needed for food production. A sustainable national biofuel policy will have to exploit marginal lands and environments that are already built or managed, and airports fit the bill. A similar approach to sustainable wind farm siting has been studied by The Nature Conservancy, which determined that wind energy production can be increased significantly in the U.S. without necessarily threatening important wildlife habitats, simply by focusing construction on pre-developed locations.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2012/04/05/u-s-airports-are-sitt...

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