Starvation Scapegoat: Blaming Population for a Green Problem
Although the search for clean, alternative sources of energy is to be commended in and of itself, the environmentalist movement has a history of overreaching. The ethanol story is a case in point. Of course the farmers are happy that another major, government-subsidized market for their products has arisen -- and we at PRI like farmers. But the ethanol story begins with a radical environmental push for renewable energy. And what better source of renewable energy, they argued, than one of the principal crops of America's farmers: corn.
Steven Mosher is the President of Population Research Institute.
Colin Mason is Director of Media Production at Population Research Institute.
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