Already known for its environmental activism, Arlington launched a plan last January to reduce the county’s carbon emissions by 10 percent. It involved everything from buying wind-generated electricity to installing fluorescent light bulbs. As the initiative approaches the one-year mark, we look at how it’s fared — and hear about a new measure to make the whole state of Virginia more environmentally savvy.


  • Paul Ferguson Chairman, Arlington County Board
  • Jay Fisette Member, Arlington County Board; President, Virginia Municipal League

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