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Events & News - Apr 5

CSGA Events

Saving Snow

CSGA Movie Night

Friday, April 6, 7 PM

Annapolis Friends Meeting House

Monthly Business Meeting

Thursday, April 12, 7 PM

Annapolis Friends Meeting House

Events of Interest to CSGA

Rally for a Safety Study / We are Cove Point

April 5, Noon - Governor's Mansion, Annapolis

April 10, 7 PM - Bernie Fowler Laboratory, Solomons

This Changes Everything / Homewood Friends Meeting

April 10, 7 PM - Homewood Friends Meeting, Baltimore

Meeting #2 - Upper Chesapeake / No Eastern Shore Pipeline

April 11, 6:30 PM - Chesapeake House, North East

Rally for a Safety Study / We are Cove Point

April 12, Noon - Governor's Mansion, Annapolis

Where's the Bill? Climate Day of Action / Chesapeake Climate Action Network

April 13, 12:30 PM, Wilson Building, Washington

Monthly Meeting / Annapolis Chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby

April 14, 12:30 PM, Unitarian Universalist Church, Annapolis

News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA

The frequency of high-tide flooding has doubled along the East Coast in the past 15 years.

This is fundamental to the science behind saving the Bay.

The Virginia Supreme Court has upheld a case that makes it easier for big electric users to shop around for renewable energy.

A federal judge in New York called a lawsuit brought by Exxon Mobil against state attorneys general in New York and Massachusetts “implausible.”

Baltimore stands to benefit from a greater investment in electric vehicle charging stations.

The federal government may be walking back regulations on the climate-warming chemicals used in refrigeration and air conditioning, but the state of California isn’t.The California Air Resources Board (CARB) adopted a regulation last week that prohibits the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), chemicals that are between 1,000 and 3,000 times more potent than carbon dioxide. The decision follows a federal court ruling in August 2017 that found the EPA did not have the authority to regulate HFCs.

The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection has created a new webpage designed to help the public navigate maps and information.

Other than the birds and the faint sound of the water flowing down Hans Creek, it’s silent in the mountains behind Norville Mann’s house.

Another pipeline protester has taken to the trees.

ANGER, RESENTMENT and frustration were among the feelings expressed in the wake of last month’s 5-2 vote by the Norfolk City Council to allow construction of a natural gas pipeline.

The EPA is rejecting landmark fuel efficiency rules for automobiles, a key part of President Obama's efforts to address climate change. The move could lead to another legal battle with California.

Md. environment secretary: Under Gov. Larry Hogan’s leadership, Maryland is living up to its strong commitment to environmental protection and climate change progress — and to protecting the health of our citizens.

Big companies with a lot of skin in the game are predicting that consumers increasingly recognize that gas-powered vehicles are bad for our planet and want alternatives.

There's a technology that can put the world on track to beat climate change. But it remains on the fringe because it's thought to be expensive and risky.

Joseph Robertson: There are win-win solutions to this problem.

Groups representing certain energy sources are joining with environmentalists and others to criticize FirstEnergy Corp.’s

A power generator that pleaded for the Trump administration’s help in bailing out struggling coal and nuclear plants has filed for bankruptcy.

The Mariner East 1 pipeline will remain shut down at least another month while Sunoco studies "subsurface anomalies" linked to sinkholes in Exton.

Point 5: Suggest that humans are only responsible "in some manner."

EPA required monitoring to determine the extent to which coal ash impoundments and landfills were contaminating groundwater. The results confirm widespread groundwater contamination caused by coal ash around the country.

I was the fourth generation in my family to work as a miner, and I worked my butt off in Utah’s coal mines.

It wasn't about bringing shuttered plants back to life.

State voters overwhelmingly favor promoting renewable energy sources over natural gas, according to a new poll released Wednesday.

Residents of Lambert's Point, Virginia have worked for years to fight the coal dust in their community, but their concerns continue to go unheard.

It was one of the largest youth-led protests since the Vietnam War, as hundreds of thousands of Americans took to the capital to protest gun violence.

A majority of Americans now say all levels of government need to act on climate change.

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