A newly passed Pentagon funding bill makes it more complicated for the military to pursue high-level LEED certifications, but apparently not impossible.
The U.S. Department of Defense’s new $1.03 billion office complex in Alexandria takes LEED Gold for its green features and energy efficient building systems.
The Climate Reality Project highlights ways in which the U.S. military is pursuing cutting-edge programs to reduce its own fossil fuel dependence and invest in clean energy.
The Climate Reality Project, in this article, talks about how, for the military, a move to use of more clean energy boils down to saving lives.
The U.S. Navy is moving into full production with its Ground Renewable Expeditionary ENergy System system, designed to provide solar power for Marines.
Dais Analytic gets a grant to install and demonstrate a nanotechnology membrane HVAC system at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia.
Progressives, argues EarthTechling columnist Pete Danko, need to make some type of peace with the U.S. military’s green pursuits that will ultimately benefit us all.