Climate Change Risk Management Plan   [open pdf - 4MB]

From the Executive Summary: "The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is a leading provider of workplaces, acquisition solutions and policies for the Federal Government. The agency supplies centralized procurement for the Federal Government, offering billions of dollars worth of products, services and facilities that federal agencies need to serve the public. This 'Climate Change Risk Management Plan' describes steps GSA will take to develop a robust and resilient capacity to manage climate change risks and secure federal real property and supply chain investments. By addressing these risks, GSA can create innovative economic opportunities, create jobs, save money, and develop healthy, just and prosperous communities. [...] The Plan is a living document that will be updated within one year of the publication of each 'National Climate Assessment' report or at least every four years, whichever is earlier, and progress with Plan implementation will be reported as required under Executive Order 14008. GSA's Senior Climate Change Adaptation Official, in coordination with the Executive Climate Action Council, Strategic Sustainability Advisory Group and Chief Sustainability Officer, will review and update this Plan. GSA will make this Plan available to the public, as directed by the White House Council on Environmental Quality and the Office of Management and Budget."

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Office of the Federal Chief Sustainability Officer, Council on Environmental Quality: https://www.sustainability.gov/
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