Events & News - June 7

CSGA Events

CSGA Business Meeting

Thursday, June 14, 7 PM

Annapolis Friends Meeting House

Events of Interest to CSGA

Clean Transportation For All Community Forum / Sierra Club

June 7, 7 PM - Silver Spring Civic Center, Silver Spring

Monthly Meeting / Citizens Climate Lobby Annapolis Chapter

June 9, 12:30 PM - Unitarian Universalist Church, Annapolis

Door Knocking about Proposed Eastern Shore Pipeline / No Eastern Shore Pipeline

June 10, 11 AM - Rising Sun

The "Denial Gene" that Most Humans Have / Baltimore Green Forum

June 10, 4 PM - 1105 Providence Rd, Towson

Drop In and Hang Out at MDE / We Are Cove Point

June 13, 11 AM - Maryland Department of the Environment, Baltimore

The Islands and the Whales / Havre de Grace Green Team

June 13, 7 PM - The Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, Havre de Grace

Happening / Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church

June 15, 6:30 PM - Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church, Bethesda

News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA

We rebuilt Ellicott City before, and we can do it again. Should we? - Baltimore Sun

We took a hard look at whether it made sense to rebuild Ellicott City after the last flood. The second in just two years doesn't change the answer.

Ellicott City, Again – Downstream

You can still roll snake eyes twice in a row even though the odds of doing so are one in 1,296. The problem is that now we have loaded the dice.

Al Roker connects devastating flooding in Ellicott City, MD, to climate change on Today | Media Matters

Corporate TV networks rarely connected extreme weather events to climate change in 2017.

After the flood: Ellicott City will rebuild, but difficult decisions lie ahead - The Washington Post

As the mud gets cleared, some locals acknowledge it may be time to rethink some of the zone’s most flood-vulnerable spots.

Ellicott City, Maryland, flooding: Climate change is coming as rain. | Slate

We've entered the age of the urban flood.

After flooding, when is it time to pick up and leave? - Baltimore Sun

Ellicott City is not the only vulnerable Maryland town with tough questions to ask