PodTech Weekly: Prairie Grass to the (Energy) Rescue

February 3rd, 2007 |
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As one comic put it, referring to a drive across the U.S.: “This country grows a lot of freakin’ corn.” Corn, prairie grasses and an innovative use of radiocarbon mapping may be leading the way to reduced carbon emissions as well as furthering the push for U.S. energy independence. Catherine Girardeau investigates the alternative energy possibilities of bio-fuels. Also in the news, Iraq, YouTube, and an up-and-coming source for Pinot.

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