2015
Energy Security and Sustainability (ES2) Strategy
United States. Army
"The Army ES2 [Energy Security and Sustainability] Strategy is designed to guide the Army's use of energy, water, and land resources well into the 21st Century. Resource management is a dynamic process that will require the Army to continuously incorporate new information and make improvements to maintain freedom of action. The goals and supporting actions presented in this strategy are mutually reinforcing and facilitate a holistic, cross-organizational approach towards goal achievement now and in the future. To implement the aggressive goals of this strategy, the Army will identify initiatives and continually assess and refine efforts to assure progress towards these goals. Where tools and management initiatives already exist, they will be applied; where they do not, we will develop them. Implementation of this strategy is vital to the Army's continued relevance, especially in support of the Army Campaign Plan. This ES2 Strategy will make the Army ready and resilient while preserving future choice in our rapidly changing world."
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  • URL
  • Publisher
    United States. Army
  • Date
    2015
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    Via E-mail
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Subjects
    Infrastructure protection/Water and waste management
    Infrastructure protection/Energy and power
    Infrastructure protection/Agriculture and food supply

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