Nebraska’s emerging bioeconomy « Back to Search Results

While President-elect Donald Trump begins his transition into the White House this week, world leaders are gathered in Morocco negotiating the implementation of climate change regulatory requirements for agriculture and other key sectors — many impacting Nebraska farmers.

During the campaign, Trump promised to put America first, reduce regulations and pursue policies that recognize the value of American products. There is every reason to believe that policy change will soon remove the key federal roadblock to development of the bioeconomy.

Nebraskans know that American corn is the most efficiently produced carbohydrate in the world. It is a major engine in the American economy, specifically in American exports, food, feed, fuel, pharmaceuticals and varied industrial uses — foreign and domestic.

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