Trump's Ethanol Deregulation Could Hurt More People Than It Helps
Ethanol won't save us from oil dependence—or climate change.
It’s Time to Come Clean With Iowans About the Problems With Ethanol
The fact that corn-based ethanol is renewable doesn’t make it sustainable. When will presidential candidates stumping in Iowa admit as much?
The Fescue Conundrum: Think Grass-Fed Beef Is Natural? It's Time to Think Again
It may be better than the alternative, but it’s entirely disingenuous for producers and consumers to justify eating grass-fed beef on the essentialist grounds that it was “meant to be” that way.
The DNA of Corn: Mexican Peasants vs. Techno-science
Even as corn prices rise with the demand for biofuels, a simmering dispute percolates in Mexico where genetically modified imports from the U.S. are both welcomed and damned.