Bloomberg BNA is pleased to team up with the White House Council on Environmental Quality
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Bloomberg BNA is pleased to team up with the White House Council on Environmental Quality and the Association of Climate Change Officers to provide video coverage of the 2012 GreenGov Symposium.

This year’s Symposium showcased leaders in government, the private sector, nonprofits, and academia discussing how the federal government’s efforts to incorporate sustainable practices can help create jobs, cut pollution, and grow the clean energy sector.

Click below to see Bloomberg BNA’s video archive of the Plenary sessions of the 2012 Symposium. Video of more sessions will be available soon. For more than three decades, Bloomberg BNA has delivered in-depth news and information to help Environment, Health, and Safety professionals do their job.

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2012 GreenGov Symposium: Opening Plenary

White House Council on Environmental Quality Chair Nancy Sutley, Federal Environmental Executive Jonathan Powers, and Navy Secretary Ray Mabus address the opening plenary, Sept. 24, 2012


2012 GreenGov Symposium: Plenary Session 2

White House Council on Environmental Quality Chair Nancy Sutley, Federal Environmental Executive Jonathan Powers, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson, and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack address the second-day plenary, Sept. 25, 2012


The Council on Environmental Quality would like to thank Bloomberg BNA for streaming the 2012 GreenGov Symposium. Bloomberg BNA’s hosting of this digital event does not reflect co-sponsorship of the 2012 GreenGov Symposium, nor does it constitute or imply endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government or CEQ.

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