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Events & News - Mar 8

CSGA Events


CSGA Business Meeting

Thursday, March 8, 7 PM

Annapolis Friends Meeting House






CSGA Movie Night

Friday, March 9, 7 PM

Annapolis Friends Meeting House


CSGA Speakers Series

Thursday, March 15, 7 PM

Annapolis Friends Meeting House





Events of Interest to CSGA


Rally for a Safety Study / We Are Cove Point

March 8, Noon - Governors Mansion, Annapolis


March 8, 1 PM - House Office Building, Annapolis


Monthly Chapter Meeting / Citizens Climate Lobby Annapolis Chapter

March 10, 12:45 PM - Unitarian Universalist Church, Annapolis


March 10, 3:15 PM - Queen Anne's County Library, Centreville


Discussion Group / Baltimore Green Forum

March 11, 4 PM - Maryland Presbyterian Church, Towson


Adaptation and Response Working Group / Maryland Commission on Climate Change

March 12, 2 PM - Tawes State Office Building, Annapolis


March 12, 4:30 PM - Baltimore City Hall, Baltimore


Hearing on Charles Station Compressor Station / Charles County Board of Appeals

March 13, 7 PM - Charles County Government Building, La Plata


Rally for a Safety Study / We Are Cove Point

March 15 Noon - Governors Mansion, Annapolis


News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA


A year after Maryland leaders settled a debate over the natural gas harvesting technique known as fracking by permanently banning it, environmentalists are battling projects like a Potomac River pipeline, the Cove Point terminal and a major investment by AtlaGas.


Governor Hogan should commit Maryland to more renewable energy, not more burning of natural gas.


Hogan administration's proposed $103 million plan to expand natural gas service would be money well spent.


A New England carbon emissions reduction program could generate more than $7 billion by 2030 for energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy.


The Environmental Protection Agency agreed Thursday to restore $325,000 in funding this year for the Bay Journal, a publication with a print circulation of 50,000 that has covered environmental issues in the Chesapeake Bay for more than a quarter-century.


This week, the Maryland General Assembly will evaluate two very different proposals for the future of energy and climate policy in our state. One, The 100% Clean Renewable Energy and Equity Act, will fundamentally change the trajectory for wind and solar development; it is the clear choice.


Another ambitious effort to pass a carbon tax in Washington state has faltered as both Gov. Jay Inslee and the bill's prime sponsor conceded Thursday that there weren't enough votes to pass the measure out of the state Senate.


It would require an infrastructure overhaul costing hundreds of billions—if not trillions—of dollars, but technically speaking, it’s possible.


Black Americans are subjected to higher levels of air pollution than white Americans regardless of their wealth, researchers with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency conclude.Researchers at the EPA’s National Center for Environmental Assessment looked at facilities emitting air pollution, as well as at the racial and economic profiles of surrounding communities.


Car-parts makers spoke out against a Trump administration plan to review and potentially weaken tailpipe pollution rules.


We have launched the Climate Counter-strike – Julio Friedmann – Medium



From crop fields in the Iberian Peninsula to city streets in the southern United States, all communities will feel the effects of a warmer world. Here's a visual look at what the future holds for five regions.


"A lot of young conservatives are frustrated by the false choice between no climate action and a big government regulatory scheme."


Previously undisclosed Facebook posts shows just how far the disinformation campaign went.


Congressional Republicans are planning a two-fisted assault on climate and other environmental policies as they push a must-pass spending package for the current fiscal year, which is already half over.

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