Yet another cautionary example that biofuel production is far from being environmentally benign. Amidst the back and forth commentary, for and against their usage, a biofuel crop case study out of Hawaii suggests many introduced plants pose a serious threat to native biodiversity.
At one time considered the best answer to fossil fuel dependency, biofuels and their production have run into several considerable obstacles in maintaining favor with the climate change movement. The latest? Hazardous antibiotic levels in biofuel plant byproducts.