Obama Makes Good on Executive Order to Reduce the Federal Government's GHGs
On Friday January 29, 2010, less than 2 days after his State of the Union address, President Obama made a pledge to reduce the federal government's greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by 28 percent over the next decade. This move is consistent with Executive Order 13514 on Federal Sustainability, which called for reducing and reporting GHGs. As nations were preparing to communicate their emissions reductions strategies to the UNFCCC ahead of the January 31 deadline, President Obama was leading by example.
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