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Flaws in indirect land use theory
Source : goodfuels.org
The study that started all the outcry over ethanol and indirect land use change comes up lacking in the science department. Two researchers from Sydney, Australia decided to do scholarly analysis of the study by Tim Searchinger et al. and found the science fell far short of acceptable scientific standards. This should actually come as no great surprise, since Searchinger is a lawyer/environmental activist, not a scientist. In their analysis, Professor John Mathews and Dr. Hao Tan from Macquarie University in Sydney described Searchinger’s study as "more ideology than science and seeking to put biofuels in worst possible light".
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26 August 2009 |
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