You have probably seen the headlines and talking heads on TV citing a faulty study that claims ethanol and the RFS are actually contributing to climate change. The study, using many worst case scenarios, makes these faulty conclusions. Unfortunately, the anti-ethanol study has received wide coverage, including from a Fox News, Bloomberg and Reuters. The Renewable Fuels Association pushed back against the research with a seven-page paper debunking several of the report’s claims.
Faulty Ethanol Study Gets Media Attention, Pro-Ethanol Groups Respond
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