In a report released October 18, the Environmental Law and Policy Center suggests that farm-based renewable energy and energy efficiency programs in the Energy Title of the pending Farm Bill have the potential to displace greenhouse gas emissions by 57 million metric tons per year. The study, Mitigating Global Warming through the Farm Bill, aims to quantify the emissions benefits that would result from loan guarantees and grant programs if the proposed Energy Title becomes law and is funded at a level of $1 billion per year. The study concludes that the proposed grants and loan guarantees would spur significant investment in wind power, biofuels plants (producing corn-based and cellulosic ethanol as well as biodiesel), anaerobic digesters to reduce methane emissions, biomass and geothermal systems, solar power, and energy efficiency improvements.