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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.

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Lincoln City On Path to Become Carbon Neutral

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Science and Technology Committee

Committee Members


  • Mark Abbott* – Dean/Professor, College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University


  • Allison Aldous – The Nature Conservancy
  • Bishop David Brauer-Rieke* – Oregon Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
  • Angus Duncan* – President, Bonneville Environmental Foundation
  • Andrew Fountain – Portland State University
  • Burke Hales – Oregon State University
  • Dave Hulse – University of Oregon
  • Greg Jones – Southern Oregon University
  • Dr. Mel Kohn* – Oregon Department of Human Services
  • Denise Lach – Oregon State University
  • Bev Law – Oregon State University
  • Ron Mitchell – University of Oregon
  • Anne Nolin – Oregon State University
  • Karen Shell – Oregon State University
  • Andrew Yost – Oregon Department of Forestry

Oregon Global Warming Commission members are noted with an asterisk.

Committee Scope and Function

The Science/Technology Committee of the Oregon Global Warming Commission provides scientific insight and support for Commission activities. The committee considers the broad range of scientific and technical issues associated with proposed and planned mitigation efforts, adaptation to climate change, and assessment of climate policies.

Documents and Reports

Committee Meetings

Tuesday, July 1, 2008 - 10:30am - 1:30pm