The Oregon Department of Energy supports the 25-member Oregon Global Warming Commission
The Oregon Global Warming Commission
is charged with tracking trends in greenhouse gas emissions
and recommending ways to coordinate state and local efforts to reduce emissions in Oregon.
ODOE staff provides analysis for all Commission reports and projects, reviews draft reports and presentations, and provides technical assistance to Commissioners. Our work ensures that the Commission receives sound technical advice and support.
The agency is responsible for ensuring the administrative and statutory requirements of the Commission are met, and publishes a biennial Report to the Legislature
. ODOE also produced the Commission's Roadmap to 2020
, a report outlining recommendations for how Oregon can meet its 2020 greenhouse gas reduction goal of 10 percent below 1990 levels.