Biofuel does create less CO2 emissions than regular gasoline when burned in an engine. However, a major problem with the widespread use of biofuel is the increased crop production that comes along with it. In the U.S., most biofuel is made from corn; corn is also a significant player in the creation of greenhouse gases as the land used to grow corn is usually cleared of vegetation. When we clear this vegetation, CO2 is released into the environment. Also, devoting a crop that has major potential to feed people towards fuel may be a dangerous idea as the total population of the Earth continues to grow.
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