Saltwater and biofuels: A match made in non-arable land

Biofuels' growth ignited a "food versus fuel" battle in 2008, with some environmentalists going so far as to call not just food crop conversion but conversion of arable land to biofuel crops a "crime against humanity." So how dare Professor Robert Glenn of the University of Arizona propose that we u...

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