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The Climate Protection Program is designed to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Oregon over the next thirty years. The Climate Protection Program sets a declining limit, or cap, on greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels used throughout Oregon, including diesel, gasoline, natural gas and propane, used in transportation, residential, commercial and industrial settings. The program also regulates site-specific greenhouse gas emissions at manufacturing facilities, such as emissions from industrial processes, with a best available emissions reductions approach.
The Climate Protection Program aims to:
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