Friday, January 12, 7 PM
Annapolis Friends Meeting House
General Business Meeting
Thursday, January 18, 7 PM
Annapolis Friends Meeting House
Events of Interest to CSGA
Hearing on the Repeal of the Clean Power Plan / Maryland General Assembly and Attorney General
Jan 11, 1 PM - Legislative Services Building, Annapolis
Mobilization Training / The Climate Mobilization Montgomery County
Jan 13, 10 AM - River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation
Monthly Chapter Meeting / Citizens Climate Lobby
Jan 13, 12:30 PM - Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis
Boosting Maryland's Clean Energy Ambition / Indivisible Howard County
Jan 16, 6:30 PM - Miller Branch Library, Ellicott City
Climate Change Science in 2018 / Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Jan 16, 7 PM - Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Edgewater
Trees! Can Our Laws Save 'em? / Severn River Association
Jan 16, 7 PM - Union Jack's, Annapolis
Community Meeting for Commercial Solar Farm at 5403 Sudley Road / TPE Maryland Solar Holdings LLC
Jan 17, 6:15 PM - Galesville Community Center, Galesville
2018 Maryland Environmental Legislative Workshop / Maryland League of Conservation Voters
Jan 18, Noon - Miller Senate Office Building, Annapolis
2018 Maryland Environmental Legislative Summit / Maryland League of Conservation Voters
Jan 18, 4 PM - Miller Senate Office Building, Annapolis
The Intersection of Environmental Justice and Public Health / Earth Forum of Howard County
Jan 21, 2 PM - First Presbyterian Church of Howard County, Columbia
News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA
Poll Shows Strong Support for Renewable Energy in 2 Swing Districts | Maryland Matters
Climate change is raising global sea levels. Now research shows that 'hot spots' where seas rise another 4 to 5 inches in five years can occur along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, further magnifying floods.
Projecting Impacts of DOE’s “Grid Resiliency Pricing” Proposal | Resources for the Future
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is expected to act by January 10 on the Department of Energy's notice of proposed rulemaking on “grid resiliency pricing,” which directs the commission to impose rules that would prevent early retirement of coal and nuclear-fired power plants in the Eastern US. In this post and related working paper, RFF visiting fellow Daniel Shawhan and research assistant Paul Picciano simulate how the proposed rule would affect energy markets and social welfare.
Regulators Reject Plan to Rescue Struggling Coal and Nuclear Plants - The New York Times
In a blow to the Trump administration, a federal panel turned down a proposal by Energy Secretary Rick Perry to subsidize struggling plants.
Trump administration moves to expand drilling off Atlantic Coast - Baltimore Sun
The Trump administration said Thursday that it plans to significantly expand offshore oil and gas drilling, including off the Atlantic Coast, reversing an Obama-era policy that largely protected those areas for environmental reasons.
Kill the drill - Baltimore Sun
Drilling for oil off U.S. Atlantic Coast isn't just politically unpopular, it's idiotic.
Pennsylvania regulators ordered construction crews to stop work Wednesday on a controversial major pipeline after recording numerous environmental violations in the building process, including spills and well contamination.
The ‘bomb cyclone’ is contradicting Rick Perry’s argument for coal - The Washington Post
Region's power plants are coping with historic cold temperatures — despite Perry's fears.
A hole in Virginia’s climate plan - The Washington Post
Burning biomass is no better than burning coal.
How to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere - The Washington Post
Reducing emissions won't stop climate change. But carbon capture might.
Maine Town Wins Round in Tar Sands Oil Battle With Industry | InsideClimate News
U.S. Fails to Submit Reports on 1 January as Required Under U.N. Climate Treaty | Climate Science Watch
Interior revokes climate change and mitigation policies — High Country News
Many regulations were axed because they are ‘burdens’ to energy development.
The Only Force That Can Beat Climate Change Is the U.S. Army – Foreign Policy
Climate change isn't just a political problem; it's a security threat.