Monthly Archives: May 2016

A Case for Ethanol That Greens Need to Heed

Quite often in this space, we have taken on the criticisms leveled at ethanol by the oil industry, as well as similar attempts made frequently by environmental interests, intent on perpetuating outdated and disproven contentions about the domestically produced, renewable … Continue reading

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Clean Energy Index Highlights the Role of States in Renewable Energy Development

Much of the renewable energy policy discussion and attention usually occurs on the national level, where progress (extension of the clean energy tax credits, for example) tends to be more sweeping, yet so are the occasional setbacks (the Renewable Fuel … Continue reading

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Evidence of Benefits of Biofuels in Combating Climate Change is More than Ample

We have focused much of our attention over the past few weeks on the role of agriculture in both global and domestic efforts to combat climate change. The sector has many benefits to offer in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions … Continue reading

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Time Is Now to Take Advantage of Climate Solutions Offered by Agriculture

Today starts a two-day “Climate Action 2016” summit in Washington that will bring together government, business and environmental leaders from around the globe “to strengthen the multi-stakeholder approach to climate implementation.” In other words, it’s a “rubber-meets-the-road” situation where world … Continue reading

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