Corn syrup is at risk due to weather and water threats
Since the beginning of 2014, riots have occurred in countries including Thailand and Venezuela. Although they're different cultures on different continents, these mass protests movements may all have one commonality; increasing food prices may have contributed to their occurrence.
Biofuels made using corn waste could release 7 percent more greenhouse gases in the early years compared to conventional gasoline. As a result, this type of cellulosic ethanol could be inelligible to meet quotas under the 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA).
Controversy expands over whether corn ethanol is worse for the climate than gasoline