2011 idea: Considering biofuel business

…osts, including labor and closer distance from the biofuel crops land. Risk of deforestation is the biggest challenge for business to expanding the biofuel crops, especially in tropical forests countriy such Indonesia. It leads to higher social and environmental costs. International demand for biofuels in industrialised countries will likely be a key driver of biofuel expansion. Europan countries are the biggest marketsphere on biofuel now and…

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Economic potential of second-generation biofuels

…tivity must be tradded off with environmental impacts such biodiversity losses –if the plantations established from forests clearing. Palm oil also becomes the significant material for food security. High biofuel demand from europan countries has been linked with the food price increase some years ago. A dispute over greenhouse gas reduction rises along the growing production of crop-based biofuels. A review study highlightes a sense of urgency…

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Global warming solution

…on is the biggest carbon emitter sources in developing countries such Indonesia. Others are fossil fuel burning in transportation and industry sector. Thus, using more biofuel will help reducing carbon emission –at least for europan society. For biofuel crops producers, making biofuel in large scale are threat for forests. Protecting forests is part of global warming solution. Global society is studying the impact of international mechanism to…

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Asbestos related illness

…etherlands, Poland, United Kingdom (UK), Sweden, Switzerland. Itally was finally banned asbestos production, use and sale forbidden in all forms In 1992. The massive use of asbestos in many different industrial activities in Europan countries, years ago, put some countries like UK and Italy in which the situation is particularly alarming as shown by several mesothelioma incidence. Briefly, the three main types of asbestos: Crocidolite…

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