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Ethanol Power for the People

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Ethanol Power for the People

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Ethanol Power for the People

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Biofuel advocate David Blume talks about common misconceptions about the use of ethanol for fuel, and about his vision for decentralized, community supported ethanol production in the United States.

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David Blume executive director of the International Institute for Ecological Agriculture and author of Alcohol Can Be A Gas!

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Alcohol Can Be A Gas!

Fueling an Ethanol Revolution for the 21st Century

by David Blume, R. Buckminster Fuller and Michael Winks

Paperback, 596 pages |

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Alcohol Can Be A Gas!
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Fueling an Ethanol Revolution for the 21st Century
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David Blume, R. Buckminster Fuller, et al

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