Author Archive: Paul Winters

Paul Winters

Paul is a communications director for BIO. An alumnus of UCLA and the University of California Davis, he moved to Washington, DC, in 2000.

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EPA’s Proposed Rule for the 2014 RFS Will Increase Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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What Environmental Working Group Doesn’t Want You to Know On Friday March 28, the Environmental Working Group posted what they imagine to be a scathing critique of a recently published study, authored by BIO, of the greenhouse gas emissions impact of EPA’s proposal to reduce biofuel use in 2014. (See Corn Is Magic? on the EWG.org site). It’s clear that the author never actually read our study, since her commentary has nothing to do with Read More >

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ARPA-E Innovation Summit Comes to Washington, DC.

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The U.S. Department of Energy’s ARPA-E Innovation Summit is scheduled for February 24-26, 2014 in Washington, DC. The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) funds transformational projects that create entirely new ways to generate, store, and use energy. Since September 2013, ARPA-E has announced almost $125 million in funding for new projects aimed at finding innovative ways to lower the cost and improve the efficiency of energy technologies. “We’re investing in the best people, the best Read More >

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Poll: Americans Feeling the Pinch of Gas Prices Want More Renewable Fuel

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With summer driving season here, a new public opinion poll commissioned by Fuels America gauges the consumer impacts of constantly fluctuating gas prices and reveals that Americans believe renewable fuel is the solution. The survey, conducted by Research Now, identified specific budget items families have to give up when faced with high gas prices. It also recorded their opinions of oil, renewable fuel and the impacts both have on the economy and our environment. Americans Read More >

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BIO Opens the 10th Annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology

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Brent Erickson, executive vice president of BIO’s Industrial & Environmental Section, welcomed attendees to the 10th annual BIO World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology in Montreal with remarks and a special video at the opening plenary session: BIO is proud to welcome you to the tenth annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology. Eleven years ago, I approached our board with the idea of starting a new conference dedicated to industrial biotechnology. Some of those original board members Read More >

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Fuels America Sends a Valentine to the Oil Refiners

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Fuels America (@FuelsAmerica) today sent an early Valentine card to the oil refining industry. Turns out, many Americans — who paid an extra $257 at the pump last year while using fewer gallons of gas — are in love with oil. On this (Hallmark) holiday, check out the Fuels America valentine video — We Love Oil! —  and share it with your loved ones or anyone who would be interested in learning the truth about our transportation Read More >

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