Bio-fuels and ecology of the planet

11 Apr

American scientists have published their findings in the journal Science. They announced their findings that the use of bio-fuels for road transport, and specifically – ethanol, leads to an increase in the volume emitted to the atmosphere of carbon dioxide. Also, use this type of energy source leads to massive deforestation. This statement is much thrown back the idea of creating mass-produced cars, which will go on bio-fuel. And so in the coming years motorists will travel on the roads of the country solely on the already proven the technical means and familiar to the public transportation fuels. Especially as they refuel the car can be almost anywhere in the country. You can safely go to the mountains, the woods or off-road racing on Chevrolet Tahoe and feel the power and majesty of his “iron horse”.
Especially since this car is designed for maximum comfort: spacious lounge with comfortable leather seats and heated mirrors create a sense of harmony, even hundreds of miles from home.

And while scholars for advice, whether or not to move to a new kind of automobile fuel, motorists continue driving cars with the traditional view of filling, for example, kia Ceed , which was developed by leading European designers. It is a fast, reliable and stylish SUV as if deliberately created for the steep and stubborn Russian roads.

To date, all vehicles running on traditional fuel, but not naE1io. It is worth noting that the latter types of early filling were considered loyal to the nature – because of that released from their combustion carbon dioxide absorbed by plants with further reproduction. But a more detailed study of the process found out that early was not included damage or nature. The fact that such plants as sugar cane, maize, are the raw material for bio-etalon, and their harvesting, transporting and processing may eventually lead to more carbon dioxide than it previously thought. The growth of all countries, which will require bio-etalon lead to an increase in area under cultivation of these crops, and this in turn will cause massive deforestation, thereby reducing the processing of carbon dioxide and making oxygen.

American scientists in their research felt that if the replacement of traditional fuels for vehicles in bio-etalon around the world will take place on already coordinated schedule, then by about 2050 there will need to replace 59% of forest fields with vegetation, intended to produce bio-etalon. In this case, unprocessed CO2 emissions will increase to 9 billion tones per year. And this is without taking into account the fact that the population is growing every year and it is increasingly requires an increase in sown areas for future food production.

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