California Green Fuel Standards Lead the Way

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Corn-based ethanol plants are closing down, but the race to produce fuel that doesn't produce greenhouse gases is still on. This week, California's Air Resources Board is expected to enact the world's first regulation to reduce the carbon footprint of fuel. It would measure the impact of various fuels from "cradle-to-grave," and entrepreneurs are ready to capitalize as Margot Roosevelt reports in today's Los Angeles Times.

Credits

Guest:
Margot Roosevelt - Reporter, Los Angeles Times

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Andrea Brody, Katie Cooper, Sonya Geis