If you download the report, this covers a broad spectrum of the challenges of a low carbon future.
You also need to read between the lines in many of this because these are committed advocates in most cases so they often minimize what are huge challenges or have incredible societal implications.
There are significant technical, economic, and policy challenges to achieving large scale, sustainable biofuel production.
Essentially, we must now redesign U.S. and world agricultural systems to produce biofuels, food and animal feeds, and also provide large-scale environmental services.
No risk there in redesigning world agricultural systems. No chance of breaking these incredibly complex systems that have been developed over thousands of years of human history. No examples of countries doing this with catastrophic results.
And that means you must give that power to do so to some small body of people.
It is a good read so far. I've only looked over a fraction of the report, but I attended the entire workshop and what I have read so far has been a pretty good summary.
Some people say that taxes are the price we pay for civilization. But the runaway taxes of our time are the price we pay for being gullible.