Educate Yourself About the Open Fuel Standard

Saturday, May 21, 2011

The better informed you are, the more persuasive you will be when talking to others about it. The most important task we have right now is to educate as many people as possible about the Open Fuel Standard. Here are our recommended books, articles, and online videos:


Fuel Choice in America and the End of Oil Addiction
Robert Zubrin's Keynote Address on Energy Victory
How to Achieve Oil Independence
Anne Korin: Why the Open Fuel Standard is Urgent
Robert Zubrin: Why the Open Fuel Standard Act is Urgent
Anne Korin Answers Questions at ACE Conference
The Model T Was a Flex Fuel Car
Clips From the June 2nd OFS News Conference
Zubrin: Flex Fuel for the World
Marc Rauch at the ACE Conference
Reducing oil dependency with flex fuel vehicles
Ethanol - Making Fuel
Corn to Ethanol 101
Ethanol — Food or Gas?
Food Vs. Fuel: Talk to a Farmer

Who Killed the Electric Car? 

Why Support the Open Fuel Standard?
Energy Independence Myths and Solutions
Open Fuel Standard Act Factsheet
Achieving Energy Victory
What Fuel Competition Has to do With National Security
America's Economic Recovery
American Energy Review
How to End America's Addiction to Oil
The Oil Industry's Campaign to Discredit Ethanol
Economic Impact of the Open Fuel Standard Factsheet
Environmental Benefits of the Open Fuel Standard
The Methanol Story by Roberta J. Nichols
How to Break Oil's Monopoly and OPEC's Cartel
Rising Oil Prices, Declining National Security
Oil and the New Economic Order
Testimony by Gal Luft
The Hidden Cost of Oil
The Alcohol Standard
Economic Impact of Methanol Economy
The Food Industry's Campaign Against Ethanol
Huge Variety of Sources for Methanol
What Fuel Competition Has to do With National Security
What OPEC Does is Illegal
Where Does America Get Its Oil?
The Four Different Kinds of Alcohol Fuels
What is Cellulosic Ethanol?
Interesting Facts About Alcohol Fuels
Busting the Ethanol Myths
Technological Solutions for Energy Security and Sustainability 

Turning Oil Into Salt
Fill Your Tank With Freedom
Homegrown Defense
Energy Victory
Sustainable Ethanol
Energy Security Challenges for the 21st Century
The Forbidden Fuel
Alcohol Can Be a Gas


Anne flint,  June 3, 2011 at 12:58 PM  

But, the crops being grown for fuel will take away from food production! That is getting vital and I don't believe in all this green "cRAP"!

Reticuli,  February 3, 2012 at 8:33 PM  

The theory that ethanol is affecting the price of food is a myth. The price of food is going up around the world because of two reasons: 1) more people coming out of poverty and eating more expensive food, and 2) the price of oil. OPEC loves to say alcohol fuels are responsible for it, though... all the way to the bank.

PDXGreenRealty and Remodeling November 20, 2012 at 10:41 PM  

Hello Anne,

Realize that the corn we use for ethanol is food for meat animals, it's not eaten by people. Ethanol might only add a few cents to your meat bill, something we should all eat less of anyway.

Thank you

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