Three Innovative Ways to Power Clean Transportation with Wastes

, former senior fuels engineer

What some may see as waste may actually be a low-carbon fuel source. Read more >

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The Opportunity for Agricultural Residues and Manure to Fuel a Sustainable Future

, , Senior policy and legal analyst

Not all ethanol is created equal. The benefits, or consequences, of this ubiquitous ‘home-grown’ fuel that is blended in nearly every gallon of gasoline sold across the country vary depending on how it is produced and what it is produced from. As my colleague and uber biofuels-wonk Dr. Jeremy Martin has explained, ethanol produced from food, like corn or soybean, does little to reduce the carbon intensity of our transportation fuel and, in some cases, can actually be responsible for more greenhouse gas emissions on a lifecycle basis compared to gasoline. Read more >

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