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The Terribly Ugly Footprint Left by Corn Ethanol

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 13, 2013 01:11 AM
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by GBE FACTS last modified Nov 12, 2013

There are more than a few who have long been horrified by what has happened to world food systems — from food shortages to dangerous fertilizer runoffs — because of the widespread and greedy trend to grow more corn, obtaining ongoing government subsidies not to grow a food, but to ship the key ingredient for The post The Terribly Ugly Footprint Left by Corn Ethanol appeared first on Green Building Elements .




 

 

There are more than a few who have long been horrified by what has happened to world food systems — from food shortages to dangerous fertilizer runoffs — because of the widespread and greedy trend to grow more corn, obtaining ongoing government subsidies not to grow a food, but to ship the key ingredient for the manufacturing ethanol, a dubious petroleum supplement that has never lived up to expectations.

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Read this AP report published by cbsnews.com about the Obama administration continued support of ethanol and the terrible prices that are being paid.

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