Recycled Sewage Water Aids Biofuel Crops

Outlet: Advantage Business Media

October 28, 2011

Fears of global warming and its impact on our environment have left scientists scrambling to decrease levels of atmospheric carbon we humans produce. Now, Tel Aviv Univ. researchers are doing their part to reduce humanity’s carbon footprint by successfully growing forests in the most unlikely place—deep in Israel’s Aravah Desert. With environmental “extras” such as a local plant species, recycled sewage water unsuitable for agriculture, and arid lands unusable for crops, a group of researchers have discovered a winning combination…

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