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Energy in Oregon

​​​The Oregon Global Warming Commission​ submits a report to the Oregon Legislature every two years, publishing data on current greenhouse gas emissions, trends, and steps we need to take to reduce emissions. 
The data below is taken from the 2023 Oregon Global Warming Commission report . View data and trends, and learn more about what Oregon is doing to reduce emissions​.

Thanks to the Climate Action Roadmap to 2030, the Commission now has the most detailed forecast of future emissions it has ever had. The forecast below shows that with robust and continuous implementation of the programs and regulations already adopted in Oregon (see Recommendation 1 in the Roadmap to 2030), the state is on track to meet its 2035 GHG emission reduction goal. However, more action will be needed to meet the new Roadmap-recommended goals. The Roadmap identified 35 additional actions the state could take to meet the Roadmap-recommended 2030 goal (see Recommendation 3 in the Roadmap to 2030). Taking these actions would put Oregon on track to meet its 2030 goal, and likely its 2040 goal. ​​

Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Oregon: Projections & Goals

Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Source & Sector

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