Alkohol im Tank – Bio-Kraftstoffe und die Grenzen moderner Mobilität

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  • Hartwig Berger

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Mobilität, Weltmarkt, Landwirtschaft, Ressourcen

Abstract

The article discusses the future of mobility in the light of energy resources. Fossil fuel will not be available for a long time - not to mention its growing environmental and political conflicts. In analysing the potential of biofuel it is argued that the high demands of modern mobility can hardly be fulfilled in the future. Furthermore, the change into using biofuel will probably lead to increasing conflicts between the fuel market and the food market, as well as to conflicts with regional agricultural networks in the third world. Petrol imperialism might be replaced by bio imperialism. Therefore, mobility on a solar base pursues a double strategy of raising efficiency on the one hand and strongly reducing mobility itself on the other.

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2004-09-01

Zitationsvorschlag

Berger, H. (2004). Alkohol im Tank – Bio-Kraftstoffe und die Grenzen moderner Mobilität. PROKLA. Zeitschrift für Kritische Sozialwissenschaft, 34(136), 455-468. Abgerufen von https://prokla.de/index.php/PROKLA/article/view/625

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