Tag Archives: biodiesel

Champions of Change

change

This afternoon the White House honored nine individuals as Champions of Change who are making a difference advancing new ideas that are leading the way to a clean energy future and an economy that’s built to last. “This event will highlight individuals who are demonstrating how environmental leadership contributes not just to the well-being of our planet, but to our economic growth and our public health. Every day, these Champions rise to meet some of Read More >

Biofuels & Climate Change  |  Leave a comment  |  Email This Post
Tags: , , , ,

Business Outlook Survey: Bioenergy Industry Is Optimistic

The results of the latest Biofuels Digest/BIO Quarterly Business Outlook Survey show that 85 percent of bioenergy industry executives say they are more optimistic than 12 months ago both about their organization’s prospects for growth and industry growth. Biofuels Digest drew comparisons to the previous two Business Outlook Surveys, conducted in September 2010 and December 2010. Nearly 20 percent of respondents predicted that their organization’s revenue would increase 11 to 24 percent in the coming Read More >

Biofuels & Climate Change  |  Leave a comment  |  Email This Post
Tags: , , , , , , ,

The Latest in Advanced Biofuels and Climate Change

“Four more BIO interviews remaining in the pipeline (woohooo!). This one is my interview with Dennis McGrew, Genomatica’s new executive vice president of business development and chief business officer.” So begins the post by Doris de Guzman of ICIS Green Chemicals . Guzman interviewed Dennis McGrew, Genomatica’s new executive vice president of business development and chief business officer. “Genomatica,” Guzman writes, announced at the BIO industrial biotech conference that it was able to achieved pilot-scale Read More >

Biofuels & Climate Change  |  Leave a comment  |  Email This Post
Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

Record soy exports expose critical flaw in land use theory

As has been pointed out multiple times on this blog, there are serious flaws in the theory of indirect land use change (ILUC) and the models used to predict it. But that’s not where the flaws end. There are also significant errors in data. As National Biodiesel Board CEO Joe Jobe said in a recent interview regarding ILUC theory: The elements that are not predictions, that are known, quantifiable data are actually wrong. Well, another piece Read More >

Biofuels & Climate Change  |  46 Comments  |  Email This Post
Tags: , ,