Time has come for Clean Fuels Many of the articles on The Clean Fuels Initiative downplay the important implications of our degrading climate and suggest our increasing cost of energy at the pump or paying our electric bill is the only concern we should have. Yes, these costs hit our wallet, which is always closest to home. But never mentioned is the cost of dwindling crops due to drought, or the increasing cost of superstorms, hurricanes, tornadoes, and fires. They have grown in intensity during the last few decades due to increasing quantities of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. Here …
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