Our Mission

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As global warming and carbon dioxide emissions become an increasingly greater concern for our planet, Agrinol Inc. is working hard to create and offer clean energy solutions -- wind energy, solar energy, ethanol production and new fuel additives. At Agrinol, we are developing ways to reduce the emission of CO2 and the spread of other pollutants through our R&D efforts. The world is at a critical stage of climate change and global warming, and a collective effort is required to ensure a cleaner environment for future generations.

Our Goal

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The United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) in its announcement the Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations (FAO) announced "1 Billion people live in chronic hunger "Put pressure on government to make the elimination of hunger their top priority" That is FAO said www.1billionhungry.org" confirms the critical importance of this issue. We are facing many challenges and to solve them we need to work together in order to save our planet, our standard of living, and our very way of life.

Our goal at Agrinol is to:

For the population For the environment
  • On the personal level, help individuals and families save money and stay healthy;
  • On the national level, help the government to reduce the amount of carbon released to the atmosphere and the level of proliferation of toxic gases, all of which cause serious health issues and have a devastating impact on the our climate;
  • On the international level, help to avoid the conditions which cause disasters such as floods, desertification and widespread environmental pollution.
  • Impressive growth in wind and solar power;
  • Steady increases in public spending on energy R&D;
  • Stronger incentive and more stringent requirements for energy efficiency.

Biodiesel and ethanol: Solution or Problem ?

The production and consumption of biodiesel and ethanol from crops has serious negative effects, including water and soil depletion, air and water pollution, global warming pollution, genetic pollution from biotech crops, net energy loss and nation insecurity.

Feed cars or people ?

Since the start of 2006, the average world prices for wheat, corn and soybeans have risen 138%, 125%, and 107%, respectively due in large part to both rising global populations and the push for biofuels and ethanol.
There simply is not enough land, water or productive soil to grow crops to feed the world and meet the world's energy needs. Global warming will also make this more difficult over time, as we'll be facing diminishing crop yields world wide due to changing weather patterns.
Since biodiesel burns hotter than diesel, nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions are actually higher -- up to nearly 3.5 times that of gasoline.
Biofuels in general "result in more atmospheric CO2 pollutions than burning an energy equivalent amount of oil".
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As result of pollution and climate change, we can see around the world right now in 2010:
- Floods in Pakistan and China.
- Firs threaten Russian nuclear site.
- Heat waves this summer in many countries people die as a result.
- Dry weather affected and damaged many crops and foods in various countries.

Overall, we seek to:

This applies to all sectors of our society.  Governments need to encourage energy efficiency and provide incentives for conservation.  While the private sector clearly needs to do its part, positive encouragement will help us to achieve a better world.