The Hot Zone

Drunk off fuel

Ethanol has been widely trumpeted as a viable alternative to fossil fuels, at least until a couple years ago when a food scarcity scare had people suddenly questioning whether food and energy should be competitors for the same land. But here’s another thing that needs considering. One in three molecules of ethanol in the atmosphere is now human-added. No one has questioned the impacts of pumping so much ethanol a year into the air. Until now. Research led by Princeton University has come up... [Read more]

Posted by Alison Hawkes on July 13, 2010 No Comments »
Category : The man made climate


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