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Google’s Kate Brandt on What the Tech Giant is Doing for Clean Energy

Managing sustainability for one of the nation's leading tech giants sounds impressive enough, but Kate Brandt used to do that for the leader of the free world. President Barack Obama appointed Brandt the nation's first federal chief sustainability officer in March 2014, and she held that post through the most eventful period of climate and sustainability action by the U.
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