Sunday, June 12, 2011

Biohazard: barons of subsidy

FT article on G20 working group report. Blunt and to the point. Distiller's grain argument also used for UK wheat rthsnol plants, of course

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12 June 2011
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June 12, 8:12pm
Biohazard: barons of subsidy
US biofuels barons always have something up their sleeves whenever anyone mentions the "food versus fuel" conundrum. These days, "distillers' grains" - a byproduct of ethanol production, unfit for human consumption but apparently fine for livestock - are presented as proof that the debate is a non-starter.
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Biofuels are a wide range of fuels which are in some way derived from biomass.

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