The Renewable Fuels Association has once again urged the California Air Resources Board to revise its values for indirect land-use change, as based on new research by Purdue University. California overestimates the potential land-use effects of corn-based ethanol by 100%, according to Purdue researchers. "We are greatly concerned that ARB is attempting to gloss over the new results, which are being hailed by the research community as a vital development and the best available science," RFA President Bob Dinneen wrote in a letter to CARB. Read RFA's statement.
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