Ethanol Folly; Billions Wasted on Green Junk Science

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After misallocating countless billions of taxpayer dollars, the environmental groups are finally admitting they were wrong about ethanol. Imagine that, they finally figured out that burning food while people are starving in this world is a bad idea. Who would have thunk it? Unfortunately, no one will ever lose their job for backing such a boondoggle, these groups will just turn their focus to wasting taxpayer money somewhere else. Just think of all the good that could have been done with all that wasted money. Over in Europe, they are proposing that wood be used as an alternative fuel, as in back to the stone age heating and destruction of old wood forests. Unfortunately, there are endless bad ideas for them to migrate towards.

Environmental groups back Ted Cruz, Republicans on overhaul of Renewable Fuel Standard

Green organizations back ending corn ethanol mandate

Green groups were among the loudest champions for the federal government’s sweeping ethanol mandate a decade ago, touting it as a near-magic fuel that could help ease a climate crisis.

But the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) that boosted ethanol use has fallen out of favor so badly that environmentalists now see themselves on the same side of the debate as Republicans such as Sen. Ted Cruz, arguing that the entire program is deeply flawed and must be completely overhauled…

The road to hell is paved with good intentions,” said Collin O’Mara, CEO of the National Wildlife Federation, a group that was once a vocal supporter of the RFS but now has become one of its chief opponents.

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7 thoughts on “Ethanol Folly; Billions Wasted on Green Junk Science”

    1. I absolutely love that idea. I’ve been calling for open sourcing the temperature reconstructions so the “adjustments” and reasoning are made public.

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