More ethanol means more corn — and more water pollution

More ethanol means more corn -- and more water pollutionSt. Louis Post-Dispatch; 06/10/2007http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/news/stories.nsf/nation/story/F31479795E9BB910862572F5001A855A?OpenDocumentBy Bill Lambrecht POST-DISPATCH WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF CHARLESTON, Ill. — Kayaking in green algae is not Ron Easter's idea of the pleasant outing he seeks as he sets out three or four evenings a week to paddle the Embarras River in the farmlands of [...]

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Why the corn boom could hurt the Gulf of Mexico

Why the corn boom could hurt the Gulf of Mexico By Researchers say more corn in the Midwest this year for the ethanol industry could mean more problems for the Gulf of Mexico this summer.Minnesota Public Radio; May 29, 2007http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2007/05/23/nitrogen/by Mark Steil, Minnesota Public Radio Researchers say more corn in the Midwest this year for [...]

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