Thursday, April 18, 7 PM
Annapolis Friends Meeting House
Events of Interest to CSGA
Meeting / Baltimore Commission on Sustainability
Apr 18, 4 PM - Baltimore City Planning Office, Baltimore
Vigil for the Earth / Extinction Rebellion Baltimore
Apr 22, 8 PM - Washington Monument, Baltimore
National Call / Elders Climate Action
Apr 23, 7 PM - Teleconference
Deep Ocean Exploration / Cafe Scientifique
Apr 25, 6:15 PM - 49 West, Annapolis
Scientific Symposium on Air Quality and Health / Rural Agricultural Defenders
Apr 27, 9 AM - Clarion Inn, Harpers Ferry
News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA
Maryland Act Boosts Offshore Wind Market | Offshore Engineer
Maryland state lawmakers have passed the Clean Energy Jobs Act (CEJA) of 2019, which would incentivize the development of 1.2 GW of additional offshore wind energy off the coast of Maryland.
City Council to push ahead with BGE pipeline deal in Leakin Park | Baltimore Brew
Climate change: yes, your individual action does make a difference | The Conversation
Global problems need global solutions. But what you do personally can shift what's seen as 'normal'.
Climate Chaos Is Coming — and the Pinkertons Are Ready - The New York Times
As they see it, global warming stands to make corporate security as high-stakes in the 21st century as it was in the 19th.
Andrew Wheeler also said the EPA will release plans soon to speed up states decision-making for energy infrastructure projects.
A bipartisan group of senators introduced a bill Thursday to increase federal funding toward developing carbon capture technology while also committing to fossil fuel use.
Texas Senator John Cornyn, who once voted against a measure that said climate change was man-made, is now helping fellow Republicans craft legislation to combat global warming through “energy innovation.”
TCI Drives East Coast Emissions Reductions | ClimateXChange
TCI, the coalition of east coast state governments, announced a planned schedule to design a cap-and-invest program for transportation emissions.
Rail travel is cleaner than driving or flying, but will Americans buy in? | The Conversation
Rail advocates often make the case that trains are a cleaner mode of transportation, but why is that so? And what would it take to expand rail in the U.S.?
As the seas rise, Republicans will deserve all the blame their grandchildren assign them - The Washington Post
New studies point to the retreat of Earth’s glaciers and discovery of radioactive material in those glaciers that could threaten the global food chain.
Plastic’s Carbon Footprint | The UCSB Current
Researchers conduct first global assessment of the lifecycle of greenhouse gas emissions from plastics.
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a petition from an electric trade association group that challenged nuclear plant subsidies designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
AT&T has a new map of climate damage in the Southeast | Fast Company
If you live in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, or Florida, you might be curious about which areas this super-computer-powered map says are at risk of being underwater.
State-level Green New Deal legislation continues to break new ground. Last week, it was the teens getting involved. This week, it’s workers’ unions.
One of the biggest planned solar farms in the country has been approved by local officials in Virginia to move forward.
Following several years of planning, the developers of a natural-gas-fired power plant planned for a site in Clarksburg’s Montpelier Addition hope to begin construction this summer.
Climate group occupies major landmarks in campaign that could last several days.
Activists at today's protest called upon the City of New York to formally "declare a climate emergency with an aggressive target for reaching zero greenhouse gas emissions and drawdown."
Climate change activists have staged a protest on the roof of a London train during a third straight day of protests by the Extinction Rebellion group, which seeks to highlight "disastrous inaction on" climate change.
Climate crisis hitting bottom 50pct hardest | Thompson Reuters Foundation
Activists said they were using Wednesday's protest to highlight the links between global food production, land use and climate change.
Editorial: The cause is being taken up in the corridors of power. We still need activists outside on the streets.
So far there have been almost 300 arrests, mainly for acts of public order offences, at the Extinction Rebellion climate change protests in London.