'Marketplace' Report: Diesel Fuel President Bush's push for alternative energy could result in government support for turning coal into diesel fuel. Environmentalists oppose the idea, and the debate marks the tension between securing U.S. energy and curbing global warming.
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'Marketplace' Report: Diesel Fuel

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'Marketplace' Report: Diesel Fuel

'Marketplace' Report: Diesel Fuel

'Marketplace' Report: Diesel Fuel

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President Bush's push for alternative energy could mean more government support for turning coal into diesel fuel. Environmentalists don't like that idea. Marketplace's Sam Eaton talks with Alex Chadwick about the tension between the aims of securing U.S. energy and curbing global warming.