Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Biomass as a Sustainable Feedstock for the Biorefinery
Chapter 2. Continuous Flow Microwave Irradiation of Biomass for Large Scale Biodiesel Production
Chapter 3. Bioethanol – A Carbon Neutral Transportation Fuel
Chapter 4. State of the Art Strategies to Produce Glucose, a Key Economic Driver of Biorefinery
Chapter 5. The Unique Structural Advantage in Levulinic Acid makes it a Key Platform Chemical
Chapter 6. Can CO2 Be an Organic Raw Material for Biorefinery?
Chapter 7. Can Biofuels Light Our Lamps?
“I have no hesitation in endorsing the publication of this book. I strongly encourage and recommend the students, academicians, scientists, regulatory, and policymakers to glean through the adaptable solutions the authors have provided for the major problems (climate change and energy crisis) the world is facing currently. READ MORE… – John HT Luong, Walton Fellow and Professor, Biotechnology Research Institute, National Research Council Canada
Keywords: Climate change, Global warming, Renewable energy, Biomass conversion, CO2 conversion, Biofuels, Bioochemicals
The objective of the compilation of the book titled “Can biofuels alleviate the energy & environmental crisis?” is to reach out to the policy makers, scientists, industrialists, academicians and students with a message as well as scientific strategies for alleviating the twin problems of energy and environmental crisis posting a threat to future generations.