Production of ethanol, the most commonly used biofuel, has prompted concerns about water use and food supply.
Click through the interactive graphic below for information on the different types of biofuels: algae-based, corn-based, soy-based, and cellulosic. Scroll over the different key words for more information about feedstocks and processes, such as the difference between thermochemical and biochemical. production Explore the statistics associated with biofuels by clicking through the arrows.
Introduction to biofuels. Click the interactive graphic to learn more. Click here for non-iframe Biofuels 101 infographic
Graphic by Amanda DePrisco and Mark Townsend, Ball State University undergraduate students, with contribution from Aubrey Ann Parker.
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