Mr. Trash Wheel Celebrating 7th Birthday Next Month With Recycle MosaicThe beloved Mr. Trash Wheel is gearing up to celebrate his seventh birthday next month to celebrate, the Waterfront Partnership is organizing an art project that Mr. Trash Wheel will be proud of. 
Filbert Street Garden Composts Food Waste Into 'Black Gold' To Grow Produce For CommunityNow that spring has sprung, gardens are going to start growing and for one Curtis Bay neighborhood, it can't come soon enough. 
Ørsted Completes First Phase Of Building Offshore Wind Staging Center At Tradepoint Atlantic In Sparrows PointØrsted announced Wednesday it successfully completed the initial phases of Maryland's first offshore wind staging area center at Tradepoint Atlantic in Baltimore County.
Pandemic Lockdowns Improved Air Quality In 84% Of Countries Worldwide, Report FindsCoronavirus lockdowns led to air quality improvements in most countries, but the level of pollutants will likely rise as governments lift restrictions and economies swing back into gear, according to a new report.
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.
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.
28 New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations To Be Installed In Baltimore CountyThere will soon be more opportunity for you to charge your electric vehicle around Baltimore County. 
Maryland Bill Would Ban Chemical Conversion Of Plastic Into FuelA new bill in the Maryland General Assembly would ban the chemical conversion of plastic into fuel.
Virginia Distillery, Owner Facing Charges In Illegal Dumping Of Industrial WasteA Virginia distillery and its owner have been indicted on multiple charges involving illegal dumping of industrial waste, authorities said.
Curbside Recycling Will Resume In Baltimore On Jan. 19Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott said weekly curbside recycling will resume in the city on Jan. 19.
Baltimore's Plastic Bag Ban, Set To Take Effect Next Week, Postponed Due To COVID-19Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott has postponed the implementation of a plastic bag ban that had been set to take effect in the city next Monday.