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Modified sugarcane provides hope for future biofuel production

By labnews.co.uk

Scientists have genetically engineered sugarcane to produce oil in leaves and stems to increase potential yield. The modified sugarcane also produces more sugar, providing raw materials for ethanol production. 22 more words


McDonald’s Qatar invests in renewable technologies and energy efficiency

By menafn.com

With sustainability of the supply chain remaining one of the most hotly debated topics within the realm of responsible business and one of the most challenging aspects of Corporate Sustainability, Al Mana Restaurants & Food Company- the owner and operator of McDonald’s franchise in Qatar announced that the fast food chain’s Qatar operations is well on its way to reducing environmental footprint as well as adopting innovative approaches to waste management.


Trade likely a top issue on Pence's Indonesian trip

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

JAKARTA • Indonesia is seeking to stay out of United States President Donald Trump’s bad books, using a visit by his deputy, Mr Mike Pence, next week to reassure him on its commitment to free and fair trade. 579 more words

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Dubai recycles 50,000 gallons of cooking oil everyday

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The fats, oil and grease they are cooked in can also be detrimental to the environment every time the slimy liquids are poured down the drain and end up clogging municipal storm sewers and local waterways. 31 more words


Episode 190: What are biofuels and what are they used for?

Have you ever heard the term “biofuels,” and wondered what they are? On this week’s Energy Bite, Daniel Posen, a recent PhD graduate of Carnegie Mellon University has some answers. 377 more words

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