Leading by Example? Federal Agencies and Energy Efficiency

In October 2009, President Obama ordered federal agencies to "lead by example," to lead the way in achieving greater energy efficiency. Almost three years later, this report examines how agencies are really performing, and what issues they are facing. Presented Thursday April 26, 2012 to some of the most senior leaders in the federal government, this report features the definitive findings of a survey of federal managers on agency sustainbility performance.
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-How your agency stacks up against other agencies in sustainability
-What the major obstacles facing agencies are
-How federal managers view green policies and what they expect for the future of green governance.

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