THE federal renewable fuel standard (RFS) and its overreliance on corn-based ethanol has created additional environmental problems in its 10-year history, resulting in unmet targets for cutting air pollution, water contamination and soil erosion, a new study released by University of Tennessee researchers concluded.
In fact, the authors — Drs. Daniel G. De La Torre Ugarte and Burton C. English of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture
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