The ethanol enigma: Is the ethanol-fuel industry a subsidized boondoggle or an environmental savior?

The British Columbia office of ethanol critic William Rees is a long way from the heart of Canada’s corn and grain belts. But the fuss over the agricultural-commodity-based fuel he calls an “energy sink” is hitting the ecological economist close to home.

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