Beyond Food-vs-Fuel (Issue 35.2)Download file
Energy policy analyst and Alternatives Journal editorial board member Susan Holtz explains why, when it comes to Biofuels policy, Food versus Fuel is not as important a question as everyone seems to think. She also explains why we need a balance of biofuel solutions, even if ethanol is relatively inefficient. And she wraps up by explaining why policy analysts, the people who seem to have all the answers, are not frustrated when politicians often ignore them.
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