grant opportunity to fund air monitoring
Ever discover something a little late into the process? “You aren’t eating those blackberries, are you?.. Didn’t you know this is a Superfund site?” The president of the neighborhood association was looking at me with concern as my blue stained … Continued
There is a great STEM learning project in our air.
Should Maryland stop smoking?
David Smedick , Maryland Beyond Coal Representative, testifies that polling showed that a vast majority of Marylanders are in favor of RGGI and want Maryland to continue to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Secretary Gumbles of the Maryland Department of the Environment discusses whether Maryland should remain in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
The burden of pollution is unfairly placed largely on poor and minority communities where many of the polluting power plants and industries are located.
Testimony on the economic benefits of RGGI to Maryland
The Maryland Department of the Environment is urged to act boldly to reduce pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Citizens and groups testified that Maryland should remain as a member of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.