Articles Tagged: Edward Murphy

Economics of a National Low Carbon Fuel Standard

We find little justification for an LCFS as a means to reduce U.S. or state GHGs. Uncertainty over fuel lifecycle GHGs, the costs of such an approach and clear indication that there are far better means to reduce GHGs suggest it is a poor policy choice.

Excessive Economic and National Security Costs to Result From Low Carbon Fuel Standards

New Studies Highlight Consequences of Proposed Federal and State Actions The George C. Marshall Institute has released two studies documenting the adverse economic, environmental and national security implications of proposed low carbon fuel standards (LCFS). Low carbon fuel standards have been proposed at both the federal and state level, and serve as an element of […]

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