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Events & News - June 21

CSGA Events

Climate Stewards Speakers Series

Thursday, June 21, 7 PM

Annapolis Friends Meeting House

Events of Interest to CSGA

Rally for a Safety Study / We Are Cove Point

June 21, Noon - Governor's Mansion, Annapolis

June 22, 11:30 AM - Washington

June 23, 11 AM - Washington

Mitigation Working Group Meeting / Maryland Commission on Climate Change

June 27, 10 AM - Maryland Department of the Environment, Baltimore

News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA

The Anne Arundel County Council voted Monday to ban plastic foam in restaurants. More than two dozen people gave public comments on the issue.

Community solar is just starting to scratch the surface of its potential in Maryland, and, with the help of Solar United Neighbors, a small rooftop project in the heart of Baltimore City just became the state’s first community solar project to come online!

A federal judge has ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to respond to Maryland’s request for a declaration that power plants in five upwind states are contributing to Maryland’s air quality problems.

Maryland's 1st District congressman proudly stands in the way of clean energy - even as rising seas threaten his constituents.

The seaside resort town should embrace a new horizon with wind turbines on it.

Mr. Hogan’s allegiance to the fossil fuel industry will line the pockets of multinational corporations and big banks while harming our climate.

State regulators have issued two more violation notices to the Mountain Valley Pipeline project, this time for for water pollution violations in Nicholas and Harrison counties.

More than 13,000 written comments have been submitted to a state board that invited public input on how two huge natural gas pipelines will impact Virginia’s water bodies.

But state regulators kept in place a suspension on construction of two new Sunoco pipelines in West Whiteland.

New report examines the environmental and economic impact of living near power plants.

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday signed a pair of bills that establish higher Greenhouse gas reduction standards, restrict some coastal development and increase the amount of clean energy coming into the state.

Brian Anderson was hoping not to be alone at the podium at the Westin Convention Center on Monday morning.

Volunteers who have been monitoring glaciers for generations are firsthand witnesses to a warming Arctic landscape.

Lessons on climate change don’t require wonky charts or boring lectures. They can sometimes be as simple—and cute—as an animated video featuring penguins, an elephant seal, and some researchers ready for the freezing temperatures of Antarctica.

Four GOP senators demanded a probe of NSF funding, saying a $4 million program to boost climate reporting by meteorologists is not science but "propagandizing.”

Saving the dumpling at a time | Thomson Reuters Foundation

Nearly three quarters of consumers globally are limiting or avoiding meat altogether.

When it comes to the climate impacts of our diet, it pays to be particular.

New index finds many of the world’s largest protein producers failing to measure or report emissions, despite accounting for 14.5% of greenhouse gases.

Not all fish are created equal when it comes to their impact on the climate, according to a new study.

Firefighters battled flames shooting as high as 100 feet into the sky

Finance minister says ‘this is an investment in Canada’s future’ and says pipeline will and must be built.

Indigenous protesters in Washington State are promising a Standing Rock-style confrontation over the controversial pipeline expansion project.

Bill McKibben writes about a recent visit to the Great Barrier Reef, which has been decimated by global warming, and links the fate of the reef to fossil-fuel development around the world.

Executive order emphasizes jobs and national security.

Chevron shareholders rejected two climate change resolutions at the oil giant's annual meeting Wednesday, upsetting activists who are pressuring fossil fuel companies to curb crude oil production and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The move is a step toward purging oil, gas and coal industry influence on the Democratic Party's climate policies.

A group of veteran conservative political leaders are launching a political-action committee to push for a U.S. carbon tax, a move potentially funded by several large corporations that could test Republican appetite to act on climate legislation.

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