Report Card Shows Maryland Is Unprepared For Damage Inflicted By Climate ChangeMaryland has inadequate climate change data, which prevents it from properly mitigating the negative impact that storm surges, slow stormwater runoff and heavy rains have on its coastal residents, the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science has found.
Poll Projection: Marylanders Want Climate Change This Legislative CycleA new poll shows that the majority of registered voters want the Maryland General Assembly to take action on climate change during the 2022 legislative session.
Hogan Responds To Increased Heating Costs With Enhanced Benefits To Assistance ProgramsIn response to the nationwide rise in heating costs, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday that recipients of the state's utility and electric assistance program will be provided enhanced benefits.
Natural Vs. Artificial: Which Christmas Tree Option Is Better For The Climate?We've made a list — and checked it twice — of the things to know before you choose between real and artificial.
Maryland Joins Federal Program Pledging To Reduce State Government's Greenhouse Gases By 50%Maryland has joined the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Climate Challenge, pledging to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from state government operations by at least 50% within 10 years, Gov. Larry Hogan said.
Saving Smith Island: The Fight To Protect Vulnerable Chesapeake Bay Communities Threatened By Rising Water, Climate ChangeMaryland has more communities vulnerable to the rise in sea level than almost any other state. And while some scientists believe it is inevitable that several Chesapeake Bay communities will eventually become submerged in the rising waters, many residents who live there vow to keep fighting to save their homes—and their way of life.
Maryland Zoo Replaces Diesel-Powered Shuttles With All-Electric FleetStop by the Maryland Zoo sometime soon and you'll notice a new fleet of shuttles is now available to cart visitors around the park.
Nations Strike Climate Deal With Coal CompromiseAlmost 200 nations accepted a contentious climate compromise Saturday aimed at keeping a key global warming target alive, but it contained a last-minute change that some high officials called a watering down of crucial language about coal.
Winds Of Change: Offshore Maryland Wind Farms On The HorizonWith global leaders looking to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, a Maryland-based company has its sights set on making offshore wind farms the energy source of the state's future.
What Could Climate Change Mean For Baltimore And Maryland?You can already see what climate change looks like in Maryland, from catastrophic flooding in Ellicott City to the tornado that recently tore through Anne Arundel County.
Maryland Awarded $144K EPA Grant To Enhance Wetlands With 'Living Shoreline'The Maryland Department of the Environment on Tuesday received an EPA grant to enhance state wetlands with a "living shoreline" approach, placing plants, stones and other materials to restore coastal habitats.
Baltimore Based Researchers Crack Genetic Blueprint Of Blue CrabsIf you live in this state, chances are you know and adore these little guys.
Annapolis To Showcase Electric Vehicles Sunday For Drive Electric WeekAnnapolis Green will celebrate National Drive Electric Week Sept. 26 with a showcase for the seventh consecutive year of electric vehicles Sunday at City Dock.
Maryland To Spend $3.7M On Electric Car ChargersMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday announced $3.7 million in funding for electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
'Climate Change Is Real' Maryland Feeling Effects Of Rising Sea LevelsSea levels are rising and the effects are being felt in Maryland.