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The nation’s transportation sector leads all others in greenhouse gas emissions. As we look to decarbonize travel—including both road transport and aviation—sustainable fuels are increasingly important because we can’t rely on electrification alone. Through biotechnology, our companies are going beyond ethanol and developing low carbon fuels from sustainable sources to keep us moving, including those made from novel feedstocks like industrial waste gases and algae.

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Ag & Environment Biotech Coronavirus Response

Agriculture and Environment biotechnology companies are responding to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in unique ways—from hand-sanitizers to vaccine adjuvants and green cleaning products, the entire biotech community is rising to the challenge. 

Letters, Comments & Testimony
June 11, 2021
The undersigned organizations are writing to urge the Committee to begin the legislative process to address the issue of decarbonizing the transportation fuel sector in support of a national goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions economy-wide not later than 2050. Without immediate action in the…
May 20, 2021
As fuel producers and organizations committed to the development of a robust sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) industry to help decarbonize the aviation industry with drop-in, low-carbon replacements for conventional aviation fuels, we write to express our strong support for the Sustainable Skies Act…
May 20, 2021
As organizations committed to addressing climate change, we are writing to express our strong support for the Sustainable Skies Act. This bill will help increase the production and uptake of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and reduce the aviation sector’s reliance on petroleum-based jet fuel,…
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