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BDN Publishes Op-Ed on Biofuels by UMaine Professors

The Bangor Daily News published an op-ed titled “Biofuels development in Maine: Using trees to oil the wheels of sustainability.” The article, which is part of a longer piece that appeared in “Maine Policy Review,” published by the University of Maine’s Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, was written by EES Faculty members Caroline L. Noblet, Mario F. Teisl, and Jonathan Rubin, along with Katherine H. Farrow, a recent graduate of the master of science program in natural resource economics. Noblet is a lecturer in UMaine’s School of Economics; Teisl is a professor in the School of Economics ; and Rubin is a professor with a joint appointment in the School of Economics and the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center.

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