Bush pushes cellulosic ethanol amid rising corn, food prices

03/6/2008 | NYTimes.com

President George W. Bush urges energy officials, biotech experts and businessmen to focus more on producing ethanol from agricultural wastes, wood chips and similar materials to address the fuel's impact on the prices of corn and other foods.

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