On December 2nd, ASP’s Andrew Holland wrote an OpEd that was featured in The Christian Science Monitor. The article discusses the importance of energy availability to America’s military and the recent Senate amendment restoring the military’s ability to purchase biofuels.
America can learn a lot from Australia on climate change policy. This will be particularly useful if any party in the U.S. wishes to push forward with a carbon tax in coming years.
With the ability to cut down on costly military operations that divert our national security resources, (while also helping create a potentially billion-dollar industry) is an opportunity we cannot afford not to take.
LtGen Norman Seip, an ASP Consensus Member, was interviewed on WXBR Massachusetts Radio, talking about how biofuels can help mitigate national security risks to our nation’s military.
LtGen John Castellaw USMC (Ret.), an ASP Board Member, was interviewed on MA WCAP-AM News with Jack Baldwin, discussing the critical role that biofuels can play in our nation’s energy security.
ASP Senior Fellow on Energy and Climate Security Andrew Holland was quoted in Ethanol & Biofuels News on June 27, responding to the findings presented in a series of RAND Corp. reports. The article also discussed the security threat surrounding the DoD’s reliance on oil and the importance of biofuels.