The Rush to Ethanol: Not All Biofuels Are Created Equal

TheRushtoEthanolFoodandWaterEurope.jpgThis report documents the significant shortcomings of relying on corn-based ethanol as a policy panacea to fight global warming or reduce dependence on imported petroleum. Corn-based ethanol adds to the agrochemical burden on the land and water, fails to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and diverts water resources to ethanol refineries. With millions of lives in the balance, now is not the time to divert more corn from forks to fuel tanks.

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