On the same day that President Bush makes a major Ethanol announcement in Brazil (NYT), Ted Williams is going deep on topic in the current issue of Fly Rod & Reel.
"... Needed for the production of one gallon of ethanol are 1,700 gallons of water, mostly in the form of irrigation taken from streams either directly or by snatching the water table out from underneath them. And each gallon of ethanol produces 12 gallons of sewage-like effluent...."
Clearly, today's must read.
LINK: Fly Rod & Reel.