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phil1988



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Date d'inscription : 22/10/2006

MessageSujet: Correction !   Mar 10 Juin - 16:58

Hello Doudou

Can you check this text, that would be great bounce

Nowadays, the international situation with the augmentation of the petrol prizes and the difficulties to feed the world make that many countries turn toward the biofuels, someone to denounce them (for instance Olivier De Schutter an expert of the united nations), others as a potential solution for the future : this view is supported by many scientists for a long time. The first generation, based to feedly cultures, quickly shown their drawbacks. Currently, many scientists started to speak about a new kind of biofuels : second generation’s one. What can we think about this new generation of biofuels?
To solve this thematic, we are going to study these following points : a general presentation of biofuels, two ways of production : Thermochemical and biochemical, and finally the international point of view, the drawback and the future of second generation biofuels.

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During our several investigations we have observed that there are many ambiguities around the huge polemic about second generation biofuels. In fact a lot of people use this technology as a scapegoat as a result of the feed crisis whereas some experts determine that the major part of the increase of the food prizes is due to speculation, a non-organization of plan production and bad harvests. On a different view, some industrials use the economy of biofuels just to make money and don’t have any ethic. So we have all the scale of opinions and arguments. Objectively, all the process aren’t operational and we will see the industrial production just in 20 years. Nevertheless, the economy of biofuels is an important source of money no exploited. We can expect a high growing of investments and production across the world.
This new generation could prevent from many starvations around the world thanks to the specific biomass used.
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Doudou



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MessageSujet: Re: Correction !   Mar 10 Juin - 22:23

Bonjour, Phil.

Je m'en occupe mercredi. Ici à New York City, c'est toujours mardi. Je t'écris en ce moment à 22h 25.
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phil1988



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Date d'inscription : 22/10/2006

MessageSujet: Re: Correction !   Mer 11 Juin - 9:05

OK Doudou, I'm waiting your answer with impatience pirat
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Doudou



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MessageSujet: Re: Correction !   Mer 11 Juin - 11:13

Bon, me voilà. Au travail, alors !


Nowadays, the international situation along with the increase in petrol prices and the difficulties in feeding world populations have forced many countries to consider the use of biofuels. Some authorities in the field such as Olivier De Schutter, a United Nations expert, have denounced biofuels while others look upon biofuels as a potential solution for the future. This view has been supported by many scientists for a long time. The first generation, based to feedly cultures incompréhensible, quickly shown their drawbacks. Currently, many scientists have started speaking about a new kind of biofuel, which they refer to as second generation. What can be said about this new generation of biofuels?

To further elaborate upon this theme, let us closely examine the following points: the nature of biofuels, the thermochemcial and biochemical production of biofuels, the international point of view, the drawbacks involved, and the future of second-generation biofuels.

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Several investigations into this subject have revealed that there are many ambiguities involving the question of second generation biofuels. In fact, a lot of people use this technology as a scapegoat for the food crisis whereas some experts have determined that the major part of the increase in food prices is due to speculation, disorganized production plans, and bad harvests.

A different point of view blames some industries for using biofuel production just to make money without any regard to ethics. So we are faced with a wide divergence of opinions and arguments.

Objectively, all the aspects involved in biofuel production won't be operational for the next 20 years. Nevertheless, the use of biofuels will have a definite impact upon our economy, and will be an important source of virtually untapped money. We can expect a rapid growth in investments and production throughout the world. This new generation of biofuels could prevent worldwide starvation thanks to the specific biomass used.
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phil1988



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Date d'inscription : 22/10/2006

MessageSujet: Re: Correction !   Jeu 12 Juin - 3:17

Great !! Thank you so much !! That's very nice Very Happy
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Doudou



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MessageSujet: Re: Correction !   Jeu 12 Juin - 7:35

You're more than welcome, Phil. I'm here to help. Hope you get a good mark (note).
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