GHG Emissions Reduction Plans

The Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Act
GGRA Draft Plan

The 2030 GGRA D​raft ​Plan Document (2019)

Executive Summary

Appendix A: The Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Act of 2009
Appendix B: The Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Act - Reauthorization
Appendix C: Greenhouse Gas Emission Projections Documentation (2014-2030
Appendix D​: 2017 Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventory Documentation
Appendix E: NG Life-Cycle GHG Emissions Inventory Attributable to Fracked Gas in 2017
Appendix F: ​Documentation of Maryland PATHWAYS Scenario Modeling 
Appendix G: Economic Impacts
​​Appendix H: Impact Analysis of the GGRA of 2009 on Manufacturing Industry in Maryland
​​Appendix I: Just Transition
​​Appendix J: Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) GGRA Draft Plan
​​Appendix K​: Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA) Recommended Practices 

​     Appendices​

2013 Maryland's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Act Plan ​(GGRA) 


2010 Maryland Commission on Climate Change

Update to the Governor and General Assembly

2009 Maryland Commission on Climate Change
Update to the Governor and General Assembly

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Act of 2009

Climate Action Plan (August 2008)​

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Title Page & Contents​
 Executive Summary

  1. Introduction
  2. Climate Change Impacts
  3. The Cost of Inaction
  4. GHG & Carbon Footprint Reduction Strategy
  5. Reducing Maryland's Vulnerability to Climate Change
  6. Building a Federal-State Partnership
  7. Legislative Update & Next Steps

 A - Executive Order
 B - Membership Lists
 C - Inventory
 D - Mitigation Work Group
 E - Adaptation Work Group
 F - Stakeholder Letters



Interim Report to the Governor: Climate Action Plan (January 18, 2008)

​Report available here.

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