In the media: Three ENV profs — Sarah Burch, Dawn Parker and Maren Oelbermann all weigh into the debate about biofuels

Friday, December 8, 2017

cbc in the media logoSarah Burch, a geography and environmental management professor, called the strategy "promising" in the short-term, saying it could be "a boon for the corn industry," while Dawn Parker, a planning professor, feels using more ethanol is bad policy.

Maren Oelbermann, a soil researcher and associate professor at the department of environment, resources and sustainability, reached out to CBC News to say that critics should stop focusing on corn and start talking about "second-generation biofuels."

Find out more about this important debate at CBC.

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