Established in 2010, the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Operational Energy was created to strengthen the energy security of US military operations. The mission of the office is to help the military services and combatant commands improve military capabilities, cut costs, and lower operational and strategic risk through better energy accounting, planning, management, and innovation.
This website provides information on policy, regulations, programs, training and workshops on energy security. It also presents a number of free software tools and guidelines for improving energy management and productivity.
The mission of the NATO ENSEC COE is to assist NATO, Nations, Partners and other bodies by supporting NATO’s capability development process, mission effectiveness, and interoperability by providing comprehensive and timely expertise on aspects of energy security. The website provides various publications and resources on smart energy in defence.
The mission of the US Defence Logistics Agency is to provide the Department of Defence and other government agencies with comprehensive energy solutions in the most effective and efficient manner possible. The website provides links to various magazines, videos and publications on the topic of smart energy.
Research guides featuring access to current US policy statements accompanied by broad, objective, and comprehensive analysis from a global network of think tanks and research institutes on the topics of energy security.
This journal is run by the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security in Washington, D.C. It offers a comprehensive database of articles on the topics of energy efficiency in the military and other energy security issues.
This website offers a comprehensive overview of environmental initiatives including the Pew project 'National Security, Energy & Climate,' dedicated to highlighting the critical links between national security, energy independence, the economy and climate change.
This blog tracks the energy challenges facing the US Department of Defense in the early 21st century. Drawing from the best thinking inside and outside the Pentagon, it examines problems and identifies possible short, medium and long term solutions in technology and policy.
Greening the Blue was launched in 2010 to communicate with all UN staff as well as external stakeholders. The aim is to raise awareness of the importance of sustainability throughout the UN system and highlight what has been achieved, what is happening next and how staff can get involved.