Center for Advanced BioEnergy Research, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

International Institute for Ecological Agriculture Finds Motorists Across the Country are Switching to Ethanol
Date Posted: July 16, 2008

Santa Cruz, CA—The International Institute for Ecological Agriculture, (IIEA) announced on July 15 that it is receiving continual reports from business and consumer members across the country that are successfully converting from gas to ethanol (and various blends such as E85) as a preferred alternative to paying unprecedented gas prices and for combating climate change concerns.

According to David Arkin, AIA, of Arkin Tilt Architects, a LEED accredited architect in Albany, CA, "Ethanol can be part of one's path to a carbon neutral lifestyle.

It costs less than gasoline, is readily available, and -- when grown and produced properly -- can help combat climate change through both its clean emissions and the potential to sequester carbon.

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