David Cole pushes for ethanol from sugar cane in Hawaii
Green economist Ken Stokes, who writes at the Sustainability in Hawaii, explains that he's not totally thrilled with the idea of sugar cane ethanol because "it's our thirstiest crop" even though it might be a lot cheaper to make ethanol from cane than corn. In a place that imports about 90 of its energy, almost any move towards self-sufficiency is a smart one. Read more at SusHI.
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