The recent UN climate report necessitates urgent climate action in Maryland and at all levels of government and society.
Virginia groups fight the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and Mountain Valley Pipeline, two mammoth pipelines that would harm the health, safety and drinking water of millions of Virginians.
Offshore wind in Maryland moves forward one step. The Maryland Public Service Commission has scheduled two public hearings in late March for the development of two offshore wind projects in an area off the Maryland coast. A decision is expected by mid-May. Offshore wind has the potential to play a huge role in a new clean energy economy.
The Maryland General Assembly overrode Governor Hogan's veto of the Clean Energy Jobs Act, paving the way for increased renewable energy and clean energy jobs growth.
Arctic sea ice is receding at an alarming rate. But locally in Maryland, you can take steps to reduce carbon emissions. If you are a health professional, please sign a letter to the Maryland General Assembly urging them to override Governor Hogan's veto of the Clean Energy Jobs Act.
Carbon pollution and climate change harm children's health in Maryland, writes Chesapeake PSR Climate Health Action Team Co-Lead Alfred Bartlett MD.
Sign our health professional letter urging the Maryland General Assembly to overturn Governor Larry Hogan's veto of the Clean Energy Jobs Act.
Offshore wind may soon become a reality in Maryland. Chesapeake PSR supports clean, renewable offshore wind energy that reduces SO2 and NOx emissions and improves health.
Community solar is coming to Maryland. The Maryland Public Service Commission finalized regulations to expand solar renewable energy with a three-year pilot program.
The Clean Energy Jobs Act was vetoed by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, revealing he is out of touch with the importance of addressing climate change and the positive health impacts of clean, renewable energy, such as solar and wind.