Just days ahead of the Administration’s release of its much-anticipated greenhouse gas regulations, the White House has issued its latest report The All-Of-The-Above Energy Strategy as a Path to Sustainable Economic Growth. The report provides lots of charts and figures on the progress that has been made and offers projections on the work that remains to be done. Except for recognizing the role of biofuels in the transportation sector and supporting the development of advanced biofuels, the report is virtually silent on the contributions of bioenergy to the nation’s energy future. This underscores the need of bioenergy advocates to better coordinate and communicate the value of bioenergy in diversifying our nation’s energy resources, reducing carbon emissions, sustaining healthy forests and supporting economic development in our rural communities.
Southeast Agriculture & Forestry
Energy Resources Alliance
107 Cedar Ridge Drive
Canton, MS 39046
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