Panel Delays Final Vote On Smog ProtectionsA Maryland panel has given provisional approval to new protections against smog, but some environmental groups are not happy that a final vote has been delayed for a month.
EPA Warehouse Needs Cleanup; Feces, Mold FoundThe Environmental Protection Agency has some cleaning up of its own to do.
Md. Counties Mixed In Responding To New Growth LawA Charles County official says the county is working to strike a balance between developing urban areas and preserving rural landscapes.
Feds To Take Baltimore Environmental Justice TourEnvironmental justice is the focus of a tour in Baltimore by federal and local officials. Officials with the federal Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Forest Service plan to visit a Baltimore middle school along with city officials on Tuesday to see work being done to confront environmental justice challenges.
Green Outhouse In Md. Anchors Educational ProjectA composting outhouse in the western Maryland town of Mount Savage is providing environmental education as well as convenience.
Environment Maryland: Trash To Energy To Hurt RecyclingAn environmental group says the Maryland governor's decision to sign a trash incineration bill will hurt recycling efforts.
Fort Detrick Environmental Studies Get ReviewThe Army takes another look at possible groundwater contamination around Fort Detrick.
Proposed Md. Nuke Unit Passes Environmental ReviewThe Nuclear Regulatory Commission says an environmental review hasn't found anything to prevent licensing of a third nuclear reactor at the Calvert Cliffs power plant in Lusby.
Md. Permanently Closes 3 State Forest ATV TrailsThe state of Maryland says it's permanently closing three off-road vehicle trails to curb environmental damage.
O'Malley To Attend BayStat MeetingGov. Martin O'Malley is assembling his team of environmental advisers to weigh the state of the Chesapeake Bay.
Green Events Pave The Way To Earth DayEarth Day is this Friday and environmental activities are being held across the region this week to raise environmental awareness.
USDA: Voluntary Bay Efforts Working, More NeededMore needs to be done to keep farm runoff from reaching the Chesapeake Bay, even though voluntary incentive-based efforts by farmers have helped, according to a USDA report released Tuesday.