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RFA Urges Secretary of State Kerry to Promote the Success of the RFS at COP21

Submitted by on November 12, 2015 – 4:12 pmNo Comment

(Renewable Fuels Association)  The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) sent a letter this week to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, urging him to promote the success of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) at the upcoming Paris climate talks, known as “COP21.” In the letter, RFA President and CEO Bob Dinneen asked Secretary Kerry to highlight the important role of the RFS in reducing U.S. greenhouse gas emissions and encourage other nations to follow the U.S. example by expanding biofuels production and use.

“On behalf of America’s renewable fuel producers and farmers across the country poised to contribute to lower carbon fuels here and across the globe, I ask you to be bold in Paris,” the letter states. “I ask that you encourage other nations to follow the lead of the United States, which has the single most effective and aggressive low carbon fuels program the world has to offer – and it has been a phenomenal success.”

Dinneen’s letter noted that although the RFS is a potent weapon in combating climate change and has a proven track record of reducing GHG emissions, the U.S. government’s actions leading up to Paris have not sufficiently embraced what he called “America’s best kept climate policy secret.” Enclosed with the letter was a recent RFA report indicating that nearly 30 countries attending COP21 have included biofuels policies and programs in their post-2020 climate action plans, but the U.S. plan does not even mention the RFS or biofuels.

In closing, the letter states, “Mr. Secretary, a very convenient truth is that renewable biofuels are poised to replace a dramatically increasing share of the world’s liquid transportation fuel. We are doing that successfully and to great benefit in the United States. With your leadership, the world will follow. But we must not be afraid to trumpet our success.”

Read the full RFA letter here.

Read the RFA report on COP21 climate action plans here.   READ MORE and MORE (Energy Guardian) and MORE (REnewable Energy World)

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