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Earth Day is this Friday and environmental activities are being held across the region this week to raise environmental awareness.
You may have considered buying an electric car, but asked, “Where will I plug it in?” A new green apartment building in Baltimore has the answer.
The park where Sen. Ben Cardin and environmentalists gathered Monday to report on lawn fertilizer’s harmful effects on the Chesapeake Bay made the point for them: the lawn includes a grassy patch on a pier jutting over the harbor where any excess fertilizer threatens to run into the harbor and help fuel oxygen-robbing algae growing in the water.
Constellation Energy says it has signed a 20-year contract to help the State Department meet federal green energy goals.
Congressman Cummings visits Green Street Academy. It’s the first public school in Baltimore to prepare students for careers in the green economy.
Decorations, dancing and corned beef and cabbage, it’s all part of St. Patrick’s Day in Baltimore.
Officials at the Port of Baltimore say they are working to keep pollution out of the Chesapeake Bay.
The Living Classrooms Foundation, a Baltimore-based educational nonprofit organization, is taking the classroom outside by having city students plant their own garden.
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The city unveils its latest effort to make Baltimore greener.