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Can culture change the environment? Energy use and the military

Can culture change the environment? Energy use and the military

We wanted people to understand that for the military, energy is not about being green... it's about the mission.

Darrin Kayser of Booz Allen Hamilton joins the podcast to discuss his work to reduce military energy use and how culture change strategies provided the key to doing so.

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About Darrin Kayser

Darrin is a Lead Associate with Booz Allen Hamilton, has nineteen years of experience providing strategic communications support to elected officials and senior U.S. government leaders.  An expert in the design and execution of energy behavior change for the military, Mr. Kayser has provided strategic communications support to eleven energy-related Department of Defense offices. His behavior change work has earned government awards like the Air Force’s Soaring Eagle Award and industry awards like the Public Relations Society of America’s Silver Anvil.  He was a speaker at the 2015 World Social Marketing Conference and will be speaking at the Behavior in Energy and Climate Change Conference in October.  Prior to his work at Booz Allen, Darrin was a Spokesperson and Manager of Strategic Initiatives for the Transportation Security Administration and a Press Secretary for a member of the U.S. Congress.  He received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in communications related fields from The George Washington University.

Resources mentioned in this episode:

  •  Air Force Energy Facebook page
  • Marine Corps' "You Have the Power" campaign
  • Navy's "Energy Warrior" campaign
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