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Environmental impacts of Biofuels

Biofuels are often promoted as a more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional fossil fuels because they have the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on finite fossil fuel resources. However, the environmental impacts of biofuels can vary depending on several factors, including the type of feedstock used, the production methods, and land-use changes associated with biofuel production. Here are some of the key environmental impacts associated with biofuels:

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Land-Use Change

Water Use

Pesticides and Fertilizers

Biomass Residue Management

Energy Intensity

Air Quality

Indirect Land-Use Change

Invasive Species

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