|United States||San Francisco, California||744,041||May 3, 2007 — |
City authorized Peak Oil Preparedness Task Force to investigate issue and make recommendations.
|United States||San Francisco, California||744,041||Jan 2, 2008 — |
Task Force began meeting, to continue until October with a report released in December 2008.
|United States||Austin, Texas||743,074||Sep 4, 2007 — |
Energy Depletion Risks Task Force started meeting. Goal of comprehensive risk assessment and contingency plan.
|United States||Whatcom County, Washington||185,953||May 20, 2008 — |
County council unanimously passes resolution creating joint energy scarcity task force with city of Bellingham.
|United States||Denver, Colorado||588,349||Nov 10, 2005 — |
Mayor Hickenlooper hosted Denver World Oil Forum in collaboration with ASPO-USA.
|United States||Portland, Oregon||537,081||May 10, 2006 — |
Resolution to establish a task force to study peak oil, seek community and business input, and develop recommendations on mitigation strategies.
|United States||Portland, Oregon||537,081||Mar 7, 2007 — |
The final report of the Peak Oil Task Force appears to have been the first major peak oil vulnerability assessment by a U.S. city.
|Descending the Oil Peak: Navigating the Transition From Oil and Natural Gas|
|United States||Portland, Oregon||537,081||Mar 7, 2006 — |
City council passes resolution to accept the final report of the Portland Peak Oil Task Force, setting a goal of reducing community fossil fuel use by 50% in 25 years.
|United States||San Francisco, California||744,041||Mar 17, 2009 — |
The Task Force released its report and held its final meeting on March 17 2009.
|Peak Oil Preparedness Task Force Report|
|United States||Lawrence, Kansas||88,605||Jan 20, 2009 — |
The Task Force held the first of ten meetings scheduled for 2009. A final report is expected no later than 12 months after the initial meeting.
|Peak Oil Task Force|
|United States||Nevada City, California||3,001||Jun 15, 2009 — |
In its first meeting, the Task Force examined reports and recommendations created by Peak Oil groups in other towns and cities.
|United States||Westerly, Rhode Island||22,966||May 1, 2009 — |
Task Force website launched. The group also began planning a community garden project.
|Peak Oil Task Force|
|United States||Spokane, Washington||200,975||Mar 13, 2009 — |
Mayor's Task Force on Sustainability released City action plan to address climate change and energy security.
|Sustainability Action Plan|
|United States||San Francisco, California||744,041||Sep 24, 2009 — |
The Peak Oil Preparedness Task Force presented its report to the GAO Committee of the Board of Supervisors.
|Archived footage of the meeting|