This two-part series by Jesper Hedal Kløverpris, Sustainability Manager at Novozymes, looks at how ethanol can help us reduce greenhouse gas emissions—both today and in the decades ahead. In part one, we covered the link between transportation fuels and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In part two, we’ll consider the role ethanol will ultimately play in tomorrow’s climate solutions, as well as what we can do today to help keep the world beneath the 2° threshold.
Fuel ethanol’s role in the fight against climate change
Capitalizing on the financial power of renewable energy: COP22
Novozymes launches foam control for sugarcane ethanol
From the U.S.’s ethanol exports to Thailand’s big announcement and an interesting survey in the European Union, this week’s news roundup takes us on a bioenergy-fueled trip around the world.
With a new Commander in Chief officially sworn into office, much of the news this week surrounded President Trump and his nominees to various Cabinet positions. In this week’s news roundup, we take a look at a couple stories that may give us a glimpse into the bioenergy future of the next four years.
From ethanol export data to 2017 production forecasts, news this week painted the ethanol industry in a thoroughly positive light. And that was before the bombshell report released Friday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that sent the industry reeling. Just ahead, it’s your weekly news roundup!