DEEP: Governor's Council on Climate Change

Governor's Council on Climate Change
On Earth Day 2015,  Governor Malloy issued Executive Order 46, creating the Governorís Council on Climate Change, also known as the GC3. The Council is to examine the effectiveness of existing policies and regulations designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and identify new strategies to meet the stateís greenhouse gas emissions reduction target of 80% below 2001 levels by 2050. It will do so, in part, by developing interim statewide greenhouse gas reduction targets for years between 2020 and 2050 and by identifying short- and long-term statewide strategies to achieve the necessary reductions. The Council is composed of 15 members from state agencies, quasi-state agencies, business, and nonprofits.
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GC3 Meetings
Upcoming Meetings:
 
Past Meetings:
June 16, 2016:  Slides | Public notice | Public comments
January 22, 2016: Minutes | Slides | Agenda | Public notice | Public comments
November 13, 2015: Minutes | Slides | Agenda | Public notice | Public comments 
September 29, 2015: Minutes | Slides | Agenda | Public notice  | Public comments
July 10, 2015: Minutes | Slides | Agenda | Public notice | Resources from GC3 members:
                    Redeker (DOT); Humphries (Roundtable) | CT-N video | Public comments
 
Analysis, Data, & Metrics (ADM) Meetings
July 26, 2016: Agenda | Slides GHG report for 2013 | Public notice 
March 10, 2016:  Minutes | Slides | Agenda | Public notice | Public comments
December 3, 2015:  Minutes | Slides | Agenda | Public notice | Public comments
October 14, 2015:  Minutes | Slides | Agenda |  Public notice | Public comments
September 16, 2015:  Minutes | Slides | Agenda | Public notice | Public comments
 
Leadership, Accountability, & Engagement (LAE) Meetings
January 15, 2016:  Slides | Agenda | Public notice 
December 9, 2015:  Slides | Agenda | Public notice 
November 17, 2015:  Minutes | Slides | Agenda | Public notice
October 16, 2015:  Minutes | Slides | Agenda | Public notice | Public comments
 
Outreach and Engagement Events
 
Exploring Climate Solutions Webinar Series
 
Press Releases & Media
 
 
Contact or submit comments to the Office of Climate Change, Technology, and Research
 
 
Content Last Updated July 2016