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WFED's Jason Miller reports
Brian Lepore, director of Defense Infrastructure Issues at GAO, explains.
WFED's Max Cacas reports.
Dr. Richard Spinrad, an Assistant Administrator with NOAA, tells the Daily Debrief's Chris Dorobek all about it.
Everyone is in the green movement together.
Big projects and small efforts all play a role in helping the Capitol achieve its green goals. The hardest part is just getting started.
While the mandate to go green came from the Speaker of the House, the Senate is also doing its part to become more eco-friendly.
How can lawmakers ask Americans to go green when the Capitol isn't?
Capitol Hill is going green and, increasingly, young workers are helping to make that happen.
Going green at the U.S. Capitol isn't easy; it requires a lot of thought, especially when some don't want to -- or can't -- just jump on board.