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Biofuel from desert plants on non-arable land using non-potable seawater

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Salt-tolerant desert plants, halophytes, can be grown on non-arable land using seawater, and processed to create biofuel. Wow. Even better, this is just one part of a process that grows fish and shrimp and mangrove biomass. This astonishing process is being developed by the Sustainable Bioenergy Research Consortium in Abu Dhabi.

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