Monthly Archives: July 2013

U.S. Agriculture Working Hard to Mitigate Impact on Soil, Water

The biofuel industry has been under constant attack from those who contend that increased production of crops driven by energy demand is resulting in soil and water degradation. However, the motivation that has driven growers to increase yields for food, … Continue reading

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Benefits of Bioenergy Can Be Maximized If EPA Sticks With Sound Science

A decision late last week by the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington marks a critical juncture in the future of the biomass power industry. The court vacated a three-year delay put in place by EPA in 2011 in its … Continue reading

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Biofuel Stakeholders Must Stand Ready to Challenge Misinformation

It almost seems like an annual occurrence: Some interest tied to the food or oil industry, or some ideologue with an abiding, if not irrational, antagonism toward burning virtually anything to power our cars and trucks makes the phony case … Continue reading

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EPA Fuel Rule Offers Opportunity to Achieve Cleaner Air, Boost Public Health

A rule proposed by EPA governing certain motor vehicle emission and fuel standards is a laudable effort to protect public health by continually improving air quality and reducing harmful vehicle emissions. The agency should also be applauded for recognizing that … Continue reading

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