USDA County-Level Data Dispute New NWF Study

If you were going to build a timber mill, would you put it in the middle of a desert, far away from the trees? If you were going into the

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Boom in Oil Production Causes Bust in Prairie Sod

As a longtime oil industry apologist, Mark Perry has mastered the art of whirling the spotlight away from the evils of our addiction to fossil fuels and retraining it on

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Bloomberg Gets Duped by Anti-RFS Crowd

Here we go again. We didn’t think it could get much worse than the Associated Press hit piece on ethanol in late 2013. But an ethanol hatchet job by Bloomberg

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RFA to Oregon’s Department of Environmental Quality: Treat All Fuels Fairly

WASHINGTON — In comments submitted today to the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) in response to the agency’s September proposed rule for the state’s Clean Fuels Program (CFP), the

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RFA: Oregon Clean Fuels Proposal Treats Biofuels Unfairly

WASHINGTON — The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) expressed disappointment with today’s proposal by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to include hypothetical and unverifiable indirect land use change (ILUC)

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Celebrating a Decade of Success: The RFS Turns 10!

WASHINGTON — This Saturday marks 10 years since the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct) containing the original Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) was signed into law by President George W.

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Economic Models are One Thing — Reality is Another

WASHINGTON — Science Magazine has published yet another study from environmental activist and attorney Timothy Searchinger today that re-packages his already disproven theory of food vs. fuel. His assertions about

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RFA to CARB: Use Real-World Data to Revise ILUC Analysis

GRAPEVINE, Texas — The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) submitted comments on Monday calling on the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to revise its Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) re-adoption proposal

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World Resources Institute Wrong About Biofuels Impact on Land Use and the Environment

TORONTO — Today, the Global Renewable Fuels Alliance (GRFA) criticized a new report by World Resources Institute (WRI) for its false data on the environmental and land use impacts of

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In a paper written for World Resources Institute, Tim Searchinger and Ralph Heimlich re-hashed their already disproven theories of “food vs. fuel” and “Indirect Land Use Change,” and repeated the

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