In 2007 Oregon set a 2020 greenhouse gas reduction goal that is almost 30% below today's levels. How do we get there? In October 2010 the Oregon Global Warming Commission unanimously adopted a roadmap of ideas.
House Bill 3543 created the Oregon Global Warming Commission. The bill states that the commission will consist of 25 members. Of these, 11 are voting members appointed by the governor and 14 are ex-officio members. Of the ex-officio members, 11 are officials specified by HB 3543 and three are governor appointees.
The Commission members represent a diverse range of experts in the social, environmental, cultural and economic interests of the state.
Current members of the Commission include: