Olive drab isn't the only green the Army cares about

Want to know what the U.S. Army uses to manage its greenhouse gas emissions?

Want to know what the U.S. Army uses to manage its greenhouse gas emissions?

The agency just extended its deployment of software from Enviance, which develops a greenhouse gas reporting and management system. After a pilot in Colorado's Fort Carson, the application is being rolled out at 11 additional installations across the nation. The complete list is included in this Enviance press release.

The Enviance system is delivered as a service, and it offers a series of standard templates that are build on established greenhouse gas protocols from organizations such as the World Resources Institute. That makes it simpler to get up and running more quickly using libraries, calculations, emission factors and reporting techniques that are already recognized. The application also can be extended to track forest-based carbon dioxide sequestration.

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