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View Resource USDA/DOE Energy Letter to Sen. Bingaman on Food Prices

All of us recognize that high food prices and high gasoline prices are important "pocketbook" issues for American consumers. We also recognize the national and economic security importance of...

http://biodiesel.org/resources/sustainability/pdfs/USDADOESe...
View Resource Biodiesel Brings a Lot to the Table

U.S. biodiesel is NOT the cause of increasing food costs. The ?perfect storm? of many factors, ranging from rising energy costs to unfavorable weather, is blinding eyes to the facts. Biodiesel hel...

http://biodiesel.org/resources/sustainability/pdfs/Food%20an...
View Resource Setting the Record Straight: What Do the Price of Oil, Global Food Demand and the Weak Dollar Have in Common?

The combination of rising energy costs, increased global commodity demand, and the weak dollar are the main causes of rising food prices. It is important to note that U.S. biodiesel production is not...

http://biodiesel.org/resources/sustainability/pdfs/FoodandFu...
View Resource Response to Science Papers by Fargione, et al., and Searchinger, et al.

Life cycle analysis (LCA) is an internationally-recognized procedure for determining the environmental impacts of products and processes. LCA follows specific standards (e.g., ISO 14040 series) so...

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View Resource Economic Contributions: Biodiesel’s Contributions to the U.S. Economy

Biodiesel significantly contributes to the U.S. economy in multiple ways, according to economic analysis completed in September 2006 by John M. Urbanchuk of LECG.

http://biodiesel.org/pdf_files/fuelfactsheets/EconomicImpact...
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