Baltimore Artist Lynn Cazabon Spotlights Climate Change In New Exhibition 'Losing Winter'We've gone from crazy snowstorms to some winter seasons without any snow. One local artist is putting climate change on display, and using Maryland as her inspiration.
Baltimore Ranks Ninth In Country For Highest Heat Index ScoresA Climate Central report this month has among the highest Heat Index Scores in the country.
Montgomery Co. Executive To Unveil Climate Action PlanMontgomery County Executive Marc Elrich announced that the county will unveil its new Climate Action Plan on Wednesday.
Maryland Farmer Uses Specific Farming Techniques To Fight Climate ChangeTrey Hill started adopting "climate-smart" farming techniques 20 years ago.
Maryland Lawmakers Pass Measure To Fight Climate ChangeThe Maryland Senate voted Friday for a package of steps to fight climate change by planting 5 million trees over 10 years, increasing energy-efficient buildings and committing to more electric state vehicle use.
Annapolis Files Lawsuit Against Big Oil Companies For The Costs Of Climate ChangeAnnapolis is no stranger to flooding and its long had to deal with the effects of rising sea levels. Now, the city has filed a lawsuit against big oil companies to try to hold them accountable for the costs of climate change.
Baltimore Teen Activist Uses Art To Call Attention To Climate ChangeSome experts say the winter storms much of the country saw this year, with worsening extremes, are due to climate change. Now, one Baltimore teen activist is using her voice to draw attention to the cause.
US Cities Could Face Nearly 30 Times More Exposure To Extreme Heat By 2100 Compared To The Early 2000s, Study FindsA new study finds that in the future, the heat risk facing the country's biggest cities could be far greater than previously thought.
Climate Change Bills Failed In Shortened Maryland SessionSome high-profile measures aimed at addressing climate change and other environmental measures were among the bills that failed to pass.
Maryland Bill Aims To Transition State Away From CoalMaryland would phase out the state's six remaining coal-fired plants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions under a measure with bipartisan support that was scheduled to receive a hearing on Tuesday.
Summer's Heat Waves Could Get More Dangerous In The Coming Decades, Study WarnsA new study projects that without steps to rein in heat-trapping gas pollution, as many as three-quarters of summer days across much of the Northern Hemisphere could feature nearly around-the-clock extreme heat by 2100.
Gov. Hogan Sets Sight On 100 Percent Clean Energy In MarylandIn Baltimore and across the country, young people are rallying for clean energy, and Governor Larry Hogan is getting a first-hand look at a plant that produces it.
Multi-State Pact Could Curb Transportation Carbon EmissionsAn alliance of Northeast and mid-Atlantic states, including Maryland, have been working on the project that would create a cap on pollution from transportation.
Saltwater Intrusion, Result Of Rising Sea Levels, Harming Maryland FarmersRising sea levels are already starting to affect farmers in Maryland who say they're losing land.
Warming Temperatures Put Women At Risk Of Giving Birth Early, Study SaysWomen are at risk of giving birth early due to warmer temperatures brought on by the climate crisis, a new study finds.