Joshua Greene is the head of energy and natural resources at Patton Boggs, an international law firm specializing in global business and trade for nearly 50 years. Since joining the firm in 2002, Greene has worked on the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, cementing his reputation as a green energy advocate and policymaker.
Greene, who works in Washington, D.C., says our nation is at an energy crossroads at this time. Despite strong bipartisan campaigning advocating green energy advancements in the last presidential election, our nation has had to cut back funding on many of these necessary programs. Yet many businesses continue to see the value in transitioning to a cleaner-energy economy with sustainable policies.
“Not only do federal agencies have to become cleaner and greener,” Greene explains, “but [they] also have to become more sustainable in their entire value chain.”
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Joshua Green appeared on Green is Good on August 20, 2011.
August 26, 2011
With the help of Patton Boggs, many businesses continue to see the value in transitioning to a cleaner-energy economy with sustainable policies.