On September 30, 2020, Colorado released a public comment draft of its Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap which details early action steps the state can take toward meeting the near-term goals of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution 26% by 2025 and 50% by 2030 from 2005 levels.

The state is seeking comment on additional action steps to reduce GHG pollution and reap the full benefits of swiftly and equitably transitioning to a clean energy economy. Comments are due by 5:00 p.m. MT on November 1, 2020. You may submit them via this web form or by emailing [email protected].

Growth Energy will be providing comments on the immediate benefits of biofuels and the role that they can play to help address the state’s climate goals.

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Don't forget to register for next Wednesday. On Oct. 28 @EmilySkor and new @NationalCorn President John Linder will host a virtual town hall to discuss the opportunities on the horizon for corn and biofuel producers. Register here: fjwebinars.com/account/regist… https://t.co/gVnmtsiZ5s

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It has been a real challenge for the Biofuels this year!!! Great to have the opportunity to visit with @EmilySkor and talk about the bright future of Biofuels!!! https://t.co/BLugDIcwSI

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@GrowthEnergy CEO Emily Skor joined farmer and biofuel leader Kelly Nieuwenhuis for a virtual conversation on the biofuel landscape and top priorities for the agricultural community leading into the new year. @iowafuel #biofuels #bioethanol #US #farming https://t.co/NuzL7ZhFWz https://t.co/38khRWXCyo

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Market certainty keeps the corn moving, ethanol plants running, trucking companies in business, and much more! @EmilySkor & @NieuwenhuisSeed discuss their latest work to improve certainty for farmers and biofuel producers while growing our markets! growthenergy.org/2020/10/22/gro…

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