The author documents the political history of federal corn ethanol policy, showing how it has evolved from 1977 through 2008. He then offers an in-depth, fact-based look at the major assertions made by the advocates of the policy, providing the results of an evaluation of the claims made by the architects of the Renewal Fuels Standard in 2005 during its consideration by Congress.... for the corn ethanol process excluding the indirect land-use change emissions is much lower than es- timated by CARB. ... reductions from to- daya#39;s new corn- ethanol plants as far as 2122 in the future to make the new corn ethanol appear toanbsp;...
|Author||:||Ken G. Glozer|
|Publisher||:||Hoover Press - 2011|