Expert: Biofuels unfairly blamed for food-price hikes, land-use changes

01/21/2010 | DomesticFuel.com

The biofuel industry is disproportionately getting the blame for food-price increases and indirect land-use changes, according to research by Antonio Bento, an economist at Cornell University. Fluctuations in the crude-oil market and U.S. dependence on foreign oil were the main culprits behind the food-price spikes, Bento said.

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