Energetic materials are used in mission-critical applications across DoD. Environmental, safety, and occupational health (ESOH) laws and regulations have directly impacted training with and the production of energetic materials at U.S. military installations. The objective of this workshop was to establish a strategy for the development and implementation of new, environmentally sustainable energetic materials for use in DoD weapons systems. This strategy was to consider the entire life cycle of weapons systems that contain energetic materials and include contributions from the acquisition, research, training, and environmental communities. Participants identified key ESOH issues associated with all phases of the life cycle of energetic materials.