A critical review of energy generation from biomass to limit climate change
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CitationUysal, S., Acar, M., Cavdar, B., & Kılıç, B. (2017).A critical review of energy generation from biomass to limit climate change. International Journal Of Ecosystems And Ecology Science IJEES, 7(4), 899-904.
Industrial and technological development have been brought some environmental problems such as global warming which has a direct correlation with climate change. The main reason for these problems is created by human activities such as fossil fuel demand and agricultural activities which are mainly producing greenhouse gases. One approach is that substituting fossil fuel demand with green energy production such as wind, solar, bioenergy might be sustainable and renewable so it might limit global climate change. At this point, one of the green energy production is converting biomass to bioenergy such as biochar, bio-oil, and biogas. Beside that there are some challenges that might cause food crises and increase hunger because of the agricultural land usage will be switched to energy crops instead of food. However, converting agricultural and food wastes to bioenergy might be more sustainable and reduces crisis risk. Biomass feedstock is feasible to provide a limitation for climate change issue if it is carefully planned and administrated.