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The Problem With Plastics and Fuel Decarbonization Policies

 

Could nonbiodegradable plastics be better for the environment in the short term than biodegradable plastics?

 

By Shashi Menon, EcoEngineers

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EcoEngineers’ resident farmer reflects on Growing Climate Solutions Act

The following is an opinion article published in the Des Moines Register on Sept. 22, 2021.

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Carbon Reduction & The American Farmer

Watch our a panel discussion webinar from July 8, 2021. We talked about how carbon markets can reward sustainable farming. Learn steps you can take today to be part of scalable change to clean energy!

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Decarbonization: Public Policy, Greenwashing, & Carbon Accounting

City, state, and federal governments are working side-by-side with big and small businesses to set goals for greenhouse gas reduction. But how can these entities successfully work together? What exactly does a “carbon goal” mean? And how could it be most effectively achieved?

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The Importance of Net-Zero Ethanol

 

In a world demanding net-zero, the way forward for ethanol is to take advantage of its carbon sinks

 

By Jim Ramm, P.E., EcoEngineers

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Is Electric Vehicle Adoption Turning a Corner?

 

The transportation sector is under intense pressure to decarbonize, and EVs could be the key

 

By Daniel Ciarcia, EcoEngineers

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You’re invited to “CI: Go Low or Stay Home”

We’d like to invite you to our upcoming webinar, CI: Go Low or Stay Home. The live event will be at 2 p.m. CST on Tuesday, June 30, 2020.
 
Join EcoEngineers and its team of Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) regulatory and life-cycle analysis experts as they discuss LCFS reporting data from 2019 and the resulting projected carbon intensity (CI) scores required for biofuels headed to the California market to remain competitive through 2023. 
 
What you will learn in the webinar:    
  • Overview of LCFS compliance curves and CI targets
  • The CI score your fuel will need to remain competitive to 2023
  • The levers you can pull to lower your CI now
  • A Q&A Session with our experts

Register for the Webinar

We hope you can join us! Register above to receive webinar and recording information.

Black gold: Iowa’s soils can be a Fort Knox for carbon storage

 

Analysis of multiple studies shows cover crops’ potential in the Midwest

 

By Dr. Zhichao Wang, P.E., and Jim Ramm, P.E., EcoEngineers

 

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Midwest soil could be huge carbon reservoir

 

Cover Crops and Soil Organic Carbon Increase Potential for Farmland to Act as a Carbon Sink

 

By Dr. Zhichao WangShashi Menon, and Jim Ramm, P.E., EcoEngineers

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