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White House Should Move Beyond E15, Boost Biofuel’s Economic, Environmental, National Security and Public Health Benefits

White House officials are reportedly engaged in talks with biofuel industry representatives, as well as with other fuel and food groups (the Food Manufacturing Coalition, the American Bakers Association and the American Petroleum Institute, among them) to ponder changes to the amount of corn-based ethanol and other clean fuels U.S. refiners must blend...

BlogClimate Smart Agriculture

Emissions Challenge Must Be Met with Political Will, Smart Production Practices

A comprehensive analysis released by EPA last month shows domestic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and sinks across all sectors from 1990 through 2020. While there is fluctuation in the totals recorded in each of the 30 years analyzed, they generally trend up. Over the period, agriculture's overall emissions were lowest in 1991, when 543 million metric...

BlogClimate Smart Agriculture

LCAs Offer Ag a Valuable Tool When Countering Misguided Criticisms

In the course of developing agriculture and food production policy, experts aid policy makers by developing a lifecycle assessment (LCA) of an element of that policy as needed. An LCA is a tool for analyzing the environmental impacts and resources used throughout a product's life. An LCA is the outcome of a process that involves considering all relevant...

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SfL Takes Pride in Joining Others in the Celebration of Earth Day

Today is Earth Day and Solutions from the Land is proud to use this special occasion to celebrate the accomplishments of our growing network of farmer, rancher and forester leaders who work every day to improve the sustainability of their operations and the environment. For them, their life work is not an either/or proposition. It's a both/and approach...

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