Going Green!

June 14, 2012

Going Green!

Overwhelmingly, respondents support reducing DoD energy consumption and developing new energy policies to reduce our country’s dependence on foreign energy sources. Eighty percent of respondentsbelieve it is important to support DoD’s usage of more sources of alternative energy (sun, wind, solar, and geothermal). Eighty percent of respondents believe it is important to support DoD policies and program development to address reduction in energy and fuel consumption. Eighty-two percent of respondents believe it is important to support the development of more sources of alternative energy (sun, wind, solar,and geothermal). Eighty percent of respondents believe it is important to provide more incentives for conservation of natural resources and seventy-nine percent of respondents believe it is important to support tapping into domestic sources of energy. Eighty-six percent of respondents believe it is important to support national energy policies and program development that make the United States more self-sufficient.

Not only do our military and civilian leadership acknowledge the critical link between national security and energy policies; but military families also recognize the strategic role of energy in our nation’s security. 



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