Agencies to follow new greenhouse gas guidance

Based on lessons learned over the last two years, new guidance is coming to help agencies refine their greenhouse gas efforts.

Agencies have spent the last few years figuring out how much greenhouse gas they create in the course of doing business — part of the White House’s effort to cut energy use and pollution by the federal government itself. Now, based on lessons learned over the last two years, new guidance is coming to help agencies refine their greenhouse gas efforts. Nancy Sutley, chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, spoke with The Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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