-Provides that the Department of Environmental Quality must study issues such as the regulations established by other states, the amount of funding available for measures designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and the feasibility of providing hardship exemptions for individuals disadvantaged by new regulations when compiling its report (Sec. 1).
-Provides that the Environmental Quality Commission may adopt regulations regarding such subjects as the prevention of modifications to motor vehicle pollution control systems, requirements for motor vehicle service providers to check and inflate tire pressure, and engine use by commercial ships while at port (Sec. 3).
-Mandates that the Metropolitan Planning Organization Greenhouse Gas Emissions Task Force must submit a report recommending legislation to promote alternative land use and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in metropolitan areas by January 1, 2010 (Sec. 10).
-Establishes the expiration date for the Task Force as the beginning of the next regular biennial legislative session (Sec. 11).