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View Resource Director of Environmental Services

As Director of Environmental Services, this career professional monitors and enforces within her company the environmental guidelines set up by the Environmental Protection Agency. She leads a small...

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View Resource Truth about Food Prices

Oil prices are the #1 driver of increasing food costs. Almost every aspect of farming and food production is affected by higher oil prices. You might also be surprised to learn that major food...

http://www.foodpricetruth.org/
View Resource Soybean Co‐product Economics: Why Livestock Producers Should Use Biodiesel to Haul their Soybean Meal

Soybean oil and meal prices have reached historic levels this marketing year with soybean oil rising above 50 cents per pound and soybean meal topping $325 per short ton. Since the price of soybeans...

http://www.biodieselsustainability.org/soybean.pdf
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 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...
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