The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released its Draft Inventory of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks report, which shows that in 2018, greenhouse gases rose 2.9% from 2017 – mostly due to increased carbon dioxide from fossil fuel combustion.
That’s a significant jump in just one year.
As the U.S. and nations around the world are looking to reduce their carbon footprint and combat climate change, biofuels are the foremost climate and human health solution available around the world. And it’s readily available at a lower cost than conventional gasoline.
Check out our fact sheet on the many environmental and health benefits that biofuels have to offer, and feel good about choosing the engine smart and earth kind UNL88 at the pump.
Excited about this one: I'll be going on @OfficialRFDTV Monday evening with incredible rural champions @NFUDC to talk about the hardworking people in the biofuels industry. https://t.co/W6PV5mtRAR
Tune in to @OfficialRFDTV Monday night for a conversation about the state of the farm economy and the biofuels industry, featuring @GrowthEnergy’s Emily Skor and NFU President Rob Larew. https://t.co/AdcbBeMW0o