United States: Federal study sparks debate on benefits, detriments of ethanol

Ames Tribune: Mid-Iowa biofuel advocates, academicians and environmentalists are debating the merits of a new study by the National Research Council that questions whether alternative fuel produced from cellulosic plants and grasses can be done cheaply enough to reduce America's dependence on foreign oil. Iowa State University has advocates on both sides of the question. Economics professor John Miranowski was a panelist for the research council's study, while professors Kenneth Moore, agronomy, and Larry Johnson,......

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