Biogenic CO2 Coalition files petition with EPA to recognize zero emissions from crops as feedstock

September 14, 2020 |

In Washington, the Biogenic CO2 Coalition filed a Petition for Rulemaking with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last week, providing a detailed explanation of the scientific and legal basis for the agency to propose a rule to recognize that biogenic carbon emissions from agricultural crops do not contribute to elevated greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere. The filing also details the significant economic benefits of the proposal.

Regulatory clarity regarding the de minimis nature of biogenic carbon emissions from agricultural crops promises to spur investments in rural economies, drive the creation of green jobs, and enable American farmers and businesses to fairly compete in the international marketplace for renewable products.

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