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Putting a (Green) Thumb on the Scale: Decarbonizing the Transportation Sector Will Require Policies that Support Specific Technologies
Technology neutrality is frequently cited as a key positive attribute of the low carbon fuel standard (LCFS) policy approach. By allowing regulated entities to utilize any technology or system that delivers carbon intensity (CI) reductions, LCFS policies can enlist market-driven innovation by opening the decarbonization challenge to an unlimited set…
Advanced Nuclear Energy: Need, Characteristics, Project Costs & Opportunities
Bioenergy & Land Use
CATF elects first European board member
Clean Air Task Force is pleased to announce the election of Dr. Simone Tagliapietra to its Board of Directors.
Time for Congress to Take the Lead on Climate: Three Key Takeaways from the Select Committee’s Report on the Climate Crisis
Climate change has been a looming threat for decades. Continued delays to take action that would reduce emissions here in the United States, the world’s largest historical emitter, mean that today even more aggressive and more comprehensive action is needed. Yesterday, the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis provided…
CATF Comments Urging EPA to Waive the Corn Portion of the RFS
Biofuels Coalition Press Release on Welch/Udall RFS Reform Bills
Seeking to break through the deadlocked discussions between oil interests and the corn ethanol industry, conservation groups signaled their strong support for bills introduced today in the U.S. House and Senate to reform the Renewable Fuel Standard and reverse the damage that the law—known as the biofuel mandate—has caused since…