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Vinod Khosla and Tim Searchinger

Crunching the numbers on bioenergy rules

By Vinod Khosla and Tim Searchinger
November 23, 2009

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The right rules will encourage the development of fast-growing grasses and trees that can greatly increase the amount of carbon absorbed by plants on marginal land. The wrong rules will encourage clearing of forests, which releases carbon dioxide and may even increase greenhouse gases. (Full article: 723 words)

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