Thursday, November 15, 2007
Why corn-based fuel isn't our miracle cure for oil dependency
By Cameron Scott, Mother Jones, Nov/Dec 2007.
"Everything about ethanol is good, good, good," crows Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley, echoing the conventional wisdom that corn-based ethanol will help us kick the oil habit, line the pockets of farmers, and usher in a new era of guilt-free motoring. But despite the wishes of Iowans (and the candidates courting them) the "dot-corn bubble" is too good to be true. Click here to see image.