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“There should be a moratorium on building any more coal-fired power plants,” NASA scientist James Hansen told the National Press Club Monday. Hansen was one of the earliest top researchers to warn the world of global warming. According to a study last month by the U.S. Department of Energy one hundred fifty nine coal-fired power plants are scheduled to be built over the next decade
Beginning on page 12, the second section of the 2007 Farm Bill analyzes in greater detail the advantages and some of the safeguards required in order to bring dedicated energy crops such as switchgrass. The incredible potential of these dedicated energy crops to supplement and diversify our energy production, increase rural revenues, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions could allow the United States to substitute 25 percent of our petroleum energy needs with cellulosic biofuels, generate $700 billion of new economic activity on our rural communities and earn farmers $180 billion in new net income within two decades.
Ethanol Loses Ground at U.N. Climate Conference: Congress Should Rethink Energy Bill Mandate -- conference participants showed little enthusiasm for first-generation biofuels produced from agriculture--primarily from corn-based ethanol. Biofuels are hitting consumers at the pump, at the grocery store, and even at tax time. Without a doubt, the extremely high cost of biofuel production outweighs its supposed environmental benefits; biofuel production may actually harm the environment more than it helps. (Quoted from the Heritage Foundation)
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