LIST: EPA Releases Names Of Disinfectants You Can Use Against CoronavirusThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is arming consumers with a list of disinfectants that people can use to protect themselves from the novel coronavirus.
Grants Announced For Environmental Education In BaltimoreOfficials said the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will provide $120,000 to give high school students immersive environmental education opportunities.
Carnival Cruise Lines To Sail Back Into BaltimoreMillions of dollars and hundreds of jobs will be cruising back into Baltimore, as Carnival Cruise Lines announces it will return to the port next year.
The Unclean Truth: How Five Cities Stack Up On RecyclingFrom the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
EPA Official Hopeful On Gas Drilling StudyA top official with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is optimistic that a project examining natural gas hydraulic fracturing and drinking water will provide comprehensive guidelines to help scientists and the public identify the key issues.
Wicomico River Pollutants Down Slightly Last YearAn annual study of pollution levels in the Wicomico River and its watershed shows that levels went down slightly in 2011.
Md. Among 11 States Suing EPA Over Soot RulesNew York and 10 other states have filed a lawsuit designed to force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to issue new regulations on soot pollution.
Md. Moms Raise Awareness Of Toxins In Household Products At Capitol HillMothers across the country take part in Stroller Brigades demanding better protection from toxic chemicals.
Group Sues Over Chesapeake Restoration StrategyA homebuilder's group is challenging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's strategy for restoring the Chesapeake Bay.