Eugene Climate and Energy Action Plan (CEAP)
In the summer of 2009, the City of Eugene, Oregon has initiated a process to form a Climate and Energy Action Plan (CEAP). The goal is create a widely supported plan during one year of work, to be completed by September 2010.
Matt McRae, recently appointed Climate and Energy Action Coordinator at City of Eugene, is the staff person managing this process.
And at our Eugene Climate Planning page, here at EugeneNeighbors.org, work is currently
The Climate and Energy Action Plan project is separate from, though lightly cross-linked with, the Eugene Sustainability Commission, staffed by the City's Sustainability Manager (previously Felicity Fahy).
A community advisory team has been appointed by the City Manager.
The community advisory team (CAT) for the Eugene Climate and Energy Action Plan is meeting something
Handouts to the CAT for their June 10, 2009 meeting included:
- 2007 Eugene Community Greenhouse Gas Inventory
- Portland 2009 draft Climate Action Plan
- Boulder Colorado 2006 Climate Action Plan
- Descending the Oil Peak: Navigating the Transition from Oil and Natural Gas
- the Oil Peak: Navigating the Transition from Oil and Natural Gas – executive summary
- Preparing for Climate Change in the Upper Willamette Basin
- Preparing for Climate Change in the Upper Willamette Basin - executive summary
Along with a few others that were mentioned that night:
- Global Warming’s Six Americas (Yale report that Shawn mentioned)
- Setting the Record Straight: Responses To Common Challenges To Climate Science (CLI report that David requested)
- An Overview of Potential Economic Costs to Oregon of a Business-As-Usual Approach to Climate Change (CLI)
- Eugene Climate and Energy Action Plan (CEAP) main website
- Website where you can collaborate on the Eugene Climate and Energy Action Plan
- General City of Eugene page on Climate Change and Fossil Fuel Use
- Oregon House Bill 3543: Global Warming Actions
- Oregon Strategy for Greenhouse Gas Reductions