For those in the Sacramento area, I’ll be giving the keynote address this afternoon at the 2016 California Biodiesel Conference (you can register and see the agenda here). I’ll discuss global and subnational trends on carbon policies, as well as California policies that could boost in-state production to meet half of the state’s biofuel needs. Much of the talk will be drawn from our recent UC Berkeley/UCLA Law report Planting Fuels released in November.
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