The world is lagging behind the goal of limiting the increase in global temperatures by 2020 to 2 degrees Celsius, according to a new report by the International Energy Agency. To make up for lost time, the agency recommends at least doubling biofuel production annually while raising advanced biofuel capacity sixfold through targeted government support and other measures. "We agree with the IEA that biofuels offer real GHG emissions reductions today and that we must increase biofuel usage if we want to mitigate the impacts of climate change," said Bliss Baker, spokesman for the Global Renewable Fuels Alliance.
International Energy Agency: More biofuel needed to fight warming
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