- Current economic evaluations of the RFS2,
- Industry perspectives on the RFS2,
- Feedstock availability and agricultural impacts of the RFS2.
The conference will involve leading academic, scientific, government, and industry experts, with opportunities for in-depth discussion among speakers and audience members. The organizers have structured the program to appeal to a variety of stakeholders, including those from business, law, government, and academia; biomass producers; students; and the general public.
Detailed information can be found on the conference website, www.biofuellawconference.org. The conference is free, but registration is required. Registration questions should be directed to Elizabeth Stull, Conference Administrator, at email@example.com.