U.S. Army Climate Strategy
Type: White Paper
Categories: Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions
Date Published: 2/27/2022
Source: United States Army
The U.S. Army's first Climate Strategy presents a framework for a long-term endeavor to operationalize climate adaptation and mitigation across the Army, including goals to achieve a 50% reduction in net GHG pollution by 2030 (compared to 2005 levels), attain net zero emissions by 2050, and produce a fleet of field purpose-built, hybrid-drive tactical vehicles by 2035.
By implementing the lines of effort outlined in this strategy, the Army intends to achieve the goals of a resilient and sustainable land force able to operate in all domains with effective adaptation and mitigation measures against climate change, consistent with Army modernization efforts.
Read the Army Climate Strategy to explore its plans to help the United States mitigate climate change while ensuring competitive overmatch in crisis and conflict, and adapting to a rapidly changing landscape.
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