Ethanol and Transport – It’s Role in Climate Action

  By Eric Sievers, Climate Ethanol Alliance at COP 23 Transport is the second biggest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the world, accounting for more than one fifth of all emissions. Progress in reducing these emissions is among the slowest of all sectors. Road transport is over 90% reliant on fossil oil and transport CO2 emissions are still growing.  They grew by 2.5% annually between 2010 and 2015 globally and are on track to become the largest GHG emitting sector, especially in developed countries. Transport needs to do a lot more in combating climate change. However, transport...

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