With rising gas prices and environmental concerns, biofuels may help you not only save money, but also drive a little greener. Discover the buzz about biofuels in these articles.
Top 10 Advantages of Biofuels
While they're definitely not perfect, biofuels have many advantages over other types of fuels. Read about 10 advantages of biofuels at HowStuffWorks. See more »
The Benefits of Biofuels Quiz
How much do you know about the benefits of biofuels? Take this quiz to test your knowledge. See more »
Is biofuel a reasonable (and safe) jet fuel alternative?
Biofuel is safer for the environment but is biofuel a reasonable and safe jet fuel alternative? Find out more with this article by HowStuffWorks.com. See more »
Can biofuel do that?
Test your knowledge on what you think biofuels can do with these quiz by HowStuffWorks.com. See more »
How can algae be converted into biofuel?
How can algae be converted into biofuel? Read about how algae is converted to biofuel at HowStuffWorks. See more »
5 Low-cost Biofuels
Every fuel has a monetary and ecological cost, but some are more affordable than others. Read on to find out more about five low-cost biofuels. See more »
Fact or Fiction: Algae Biofuels
Can you separate fact from fiction about algae biofuels? Take the algae biofuels quiz to test what you know. See more »
10 Edible Biofuels
What are some of the most common edible biofuels? Check out 10 edible biofuels at HowStuffWorks. See more »
10 Top Biofuel Crops
Could 'energy crops' really be the end to our addiction to fossil fuels? Read about the 10 top biofuel crops at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How does biofuel crop diversity affect society and the environment?
How does biofuel crop diversity affect society and the environment? Read more about the effects of energy crops on the planet. See more »
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