Monthly Archives: November 2013

EcoPress post on BANR project

I have a guest post up on EcoPress (the official CSU Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory blog) about biofuel sustainability in the context of the new BANR project, as part of their new sustainability series– Sustainability Part 2:  Sustainable Biofuels and … Continue reading

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analysis of proposed 2014 RFS volumes

Nice analysis of the proposed 2014 volumes for the RFS here: http://farmdocdaily.illinois.edu/2013/11/proposed-rules-2014-rfs.html Remember, there is a 90 day comment period before a final rule is made.. interesting to see how this will play out.

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The failure of scientists & statistics

There have been a recent spate of news around bad science – results that can’t be replicated – and as a young scientist, I’ve been reading these with much interest and concern.  As a Ph.D. student, I’ve come to see the … Continue reading

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BANR launch!

It’s official- the Bioenergy Alliance Network of the Rockies (BANR) is up and running!  The project is about studying the potential for and sustainability of converting beetle-killed wood to liquid biofuels and biochar via the Cool Planet Energy Systems conversion … Continue reading

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