17 July 2017 | Oregon Department of Energy News Release
SALEM – The Oregon Global Warming Commission will meet Friday, July 28, 2017. The public meeting will be held from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in Conference Room 1B at the Portland State Office Building (800 NE Oregon St) in Portland.
A listen-only call-in line will be available for those who cannot attend the meeting. Please call 1-877-336-1831, then use access code 872206. Please be sure to mute your telephone line during the meeting and do not place the line on hold, as it will cause hold music to play for all participants.
At the meeting, the Commission plans to discuss, among other things:
- Findings from the OGWC Forest Carbon Task Force
- Review of the 2017 State Legislative Session
- Ideas for a new communications project (e.g., blog series)
A final agenda and any background documents will be available 24 hours before this meeting at www.keeporegoncool.org/view/meetings-and-events.
If you need special accommodations to participate in the meeting, please contact Linda Ross at 503-378-6874 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Oregon Global Warming Commission is a 25-member advisory group created by the 2007 Legislature through House Bill 3543. Members were appointed and directed to develop long-term policy recommendations to prepare for, adapt to, and combat global warming. For more information go to www.keeporegoncool.org.
To learn about the state’s efforts to address climate change, visit www.oregon.gov/energy/energy-oregon/Pages/Climate-Change.aspx.
Oregon Global Warming Commission Oregon Department of Energy 550 Capitol St. NE
Salem, OR, 97301
Toll-free in Oregon: 1-800-221-8035
Angus Duncan, 503-248-7695
Link to original article: https://energyinfo.oregon.gov/2017/07/17/oregon-global-warming-commission-to-meet-july-28-in-portland/
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