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.
The following reports are authored by the Oregon Global Warming Commission. For additional climate change reports written by other organizations please see the Reports & Links page.
The third biennial report of the Oregon Global Warming Commission to the Oregon Legislature. The report includes discussion of achieving Oregon's 2010 greenhouse gas reduction goal and an assessment of progress related to the Commission's "Roadmap to 2020" recommendations.
The second Biennial Report of the Oregon Global Warming Commission. The report includes key actions and results from the Commission's Interim Roadmap to 2020.
The first Biennial Report of the Oregon Global Warming Commission. The report summarizes progress on Oregon's efforts to reach its greenhouse gas reduction goals and includes the six recommendations adopted by the Commission in 2008 and early 2009. See also the cover letter submitted with the report.
This document, prepared by the Oregon Global Warming Commission’s Fish and Wildlife Adaptation Subcommittee, outlines a plan for climate change adaptation in the context of managing fish and wildlife populations and their habitats. It was developed for use by the full Global Warming Commission, the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission, other natural resource agencies and their commissions and boards, the Governor’s office, members of the state legislature, and the general public. This document reflects the consensus of the Fish and Wildlife Adaptation Subcommittee and is not intended to represent the views of any other agency or commission. Appendix A of the document lists subcommittee members and other contributors.