Maryland adopted the Maryland Commission on Climate Change Act in June 2015, which established a coordination and reporting protocol to institutionalize climate change planning across Maryland agencies. The Act identifies MDOT as one of the State Agencies required to submit an annual report that reflects progress toward meeting the goals of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Act of 2009 and its 2016 Reauthorization. Starting in 2015, MDOT has prepared Annual Agency Reports detailing progress and performance. The Maryland Commission on Climate Change is charged with advising the Governor and General Assembly "on ways to mitigate the causes of, prepare for, and adapt to the consequences of climate change."
MDOT is a member of the Maryland Commission on Climate Change and is a participant in its four Work Groups
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