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Events & News February 21

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CSGA Discussion

Thursday, February 21, 7 PM

Annapolis Friends Meeting House



Events of Interest to CSGA


The Green New Deal / Physicians for Social Responsibility

Feb 21, 5:30 - Busboys & Poets, Washington


Trash Dance / Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore

Feb 21, 6:30 - Brown Advisory, Baltimore


Climate Change / Empathy Circle

Feb 23, 1 PM - Videoconference


An Inconvenient Sequel / Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake

Feb 24, 12:30 PM - Mount Lebanon Baptist Church, Reisterstown


Annual Meeting / Climate First!

Feb 24, 1:30 PM - Tenleytown Library, Washington

Feb 25, 9 AM - Washington


Hearing on HB246 / Maryland House Rules and Executive Nominations Committee

Feb 25, 1 PM - House Office Building, Annapolis


Adaptation and Response Working Group Meeting / Maryland Commission on Climate Change

Feb 25, 2 PM - Tawes State Office Building, Annapolis


Lobby Night / Maryland Sierra Club

Feb 25, 4 PM - Miller Senate Office Building, Annapolis


Hearing on HB695 / Maryland House Environment and Transportation Committee

Feb 26, 1 PM - House Office Building, Annapolis


New Year, New Money / Baltimore Peoples Climate Movement

Feb 26, 6 PM - Thrive Baltimore, Baltimore


Monthly Call / Elders Climate Action

Feb 26, 7 PM - Teleconference


Methane the More Powerful Greenhouse Gas / Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Feb 26, 7 PM - Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater


Hearing on SB270 & SB788 / Maryland Senate Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee

Feb 27, 1 PM - Miller Senate Office Building, Annapolis


Education, Communication, and Outreach Working Group Meeting / Maryland Commission on Climate Change

Feb 28, 2 PM - Conference Call


Feb 27, 7 PM - Red Emmas Bookstore, Baltimore


Feb 28, 8 PM - Videoconference

Mar 3, 1 PM - All Souls Unitarian Church, Washington


News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA


Annapolis seeing sea rise at about twice the global rate. Flooding there foreshadows problems other coastal towns can expect.


As the sea rises around the world, the city by the Chesapeake Bay faces a dilemma.




The company now expects the project cost to be between $7 billion and $7.5 billion.


A group of kids and young adults suing the federal government over climate change is asking a court to block various approvals for fossil fuel development on federal land and offshore.



People around the world agree that climate change poses a severe risk to their countries, according to a 26-nation survey conducted in spring 2018. Terrorism, specifically from ISIS, and cyberattacks are also seen by many as major security threats.


Two European entrepreneurs want to remove carbon from the air at prices cheap enough to matter.


How to Be a Green Traveler - The New York Times

You may live a sustainable lifestyle at home, but what about while on vacation? Here are some practical steps you can take to limit your impact on the environment.


As our investigation detailed, EQT Corp. had been accused of deducting a variety of unacceptable charges from natural gas royalty checks.


Appalachia can have bright future without coal, experts say.


Constituents of Senator Joe Manchin appealed to him to come down firmly against the Rockwool plant located only yards away from an elementary school.



How the United States could cut emissions in half, using policies that other countries already have in place.


A North Dakota federal judge dismissed Energy Transfer’s racketeering lawsuit against Greenpeace and all its co-defendants in a sharply worded ruling issued today, finding that the pipeline builder’s allegations fell “far short of what is necessary to establish a [racketeering] claim.”


Our kidneys might be vulnerable to the more frequent extreme heat brought on by global warming.


Former Vice President Al Gore urged residents of a historic African-American community in Virginia on Tuesday to continue their fight against a plan to build a natural gas compressor station in their neighborhood.


After too long a silence, art is finally tackling global warming.


The Trump administration and California have failed to reach a compromise over EPA rules requiring automakers to steadily decrease car emissions. Litigation is likely the next step.


Environmental campaigners say Samir Flores Soberanes’s murder is a ‘political crime’.


D.C. policy analyst Diana Movius found an unconventional platform to share her passion.


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