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It’s Time to Harness Full Range of Economic, National and Energy Security, Public Health and Environmental Solutions Renewable Fuels Can Provide

As the Biden administration applies its economic sanctions against Russia in response to that nation's invasion of Ukraine, the diplomatic and economic maneuvers are putting upward pressure on prices at the gas pump. The president warned that his steps would cause pain for American drivers. Unfortunately, he has ignored a widely available, less...

BlogClimate Smart Agriculture

SfL Farmer Envoys Serve Strong Role in Calling for 21st Century Ag Renaissance

We were proud Tuesday to announce (appropriately enough, on National Ag Day) our latest Farmer Envoys, all crop and/or livestock operation veterans who each bring a prominent voice to the ongoing policy discussions that are shaping the future of the  agricultural sector both here in the United States and abroad. The new envoys are now part of SfL's...


USDA Conservation Programs Critical to Helping Producers Address Climate Challenges

The House Agriculture Committee this week launched its first significant effort to shape climate policy as part of a new farm bill next year, examining the role of the USDA in addressing climate change. Chairman David Scott (D-GA) has called climate change agriculture's "greatest challenge" – and the pressure it places on our nation's food production...

BlogClimate Smart Agriculture

Conflict in Ukraine, UN Climate Change Report Underscore Ongoing Threats

The Russian invasion of Ukraine – mounted by a man who, for all intents and purposes, is a petroleum dictator – brings to the forefront the risk posed to the energy security of all nations who depend heavily on fossil fuels for power, transportation, heating and other functions. It also brings into sharp focus the need for a new, clean and secure energy...

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