Events of Interest to CSGA
Kickoff Meeting / XR Baltimore
Mar 29, 6 PM - Baltimore Free Farm, Baltimore
Hub Meeting / Sunrise Movement Baltimore
Apr 2, 7 PM - 3301 N Charles St, Baltimore
Meeting / Annapolis Environmental Commission
Apr 3, 7 PM - 145 Gorman Street, Annapolis
Pack the Bill Hearing: Say NO to 495 and 270 expansion / Sierra Club
Apr 3, 1 PM - Miller Senate Office Building, Annapolis
News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan noted that the state’s citizens and coastal areas are threatened by climate change, and that “common sense pragmatism” is needed in D.C. and around the world to tackle the problem.
Navajos See Opportunity in Coal Plant Closure – Nexus Media
It looks like it doesn’t belong there. The lonely, aging power plant stands out against the red desert, connected to the nearest town by a single, crumbling road.
Copenhagen Wants to Show How Cities Can Fight Climate Change - The New York Times
The Danish capital wants to be carbon neutral six years from now. Its plan involves wind, recycling and a very innovative ski hill.
As demand for solar energy continues to grow in the Eastern U.S., the fight over a massive solar farm in Virginia is a harbinger of conflicts to come.
Global energy demand rose by 2.3% in 2018, its fastest pace in the last decade | International Energy Agency
The Coal Cost Crossover: Economic Viability Of Existing Coal Compared To New Local Wind And Solar Resources - Energy Innovation: Policy and Technology
America has entered the “coal cost crossover”: Today, local wind and solar could replace 74 percent of the U.S. coal fleet with immediate cost savings.
Climate change is becoming increasingly relevant to central bankers because losses from natural disasters that are magnified by higher temperatures and elevated sea levels could spark a financial crisis, a Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco researcher found.
Behind the scenes, corporate lobbying laid the groundwork for the Justice Department’s aggressive pursuit of so-called eco-terrorists.
A fight over payment for work on the Atlantic Sunrise gas pipeline made its way to the mailboxes of Lancaster County residents who own land the pipeline crosses.
Climate change denial ‘malign and evil’, says Mary Robinson | The Irish Times
Former president argues that denial robs world’s poorest of their human rights.
Many Companies Inaccurately Estimate the Climate Benefits of Their Products | World Resources Institute
Corporations increasingly claim that their products reduce emissions. But these claims are often unverifiable or inaccurate, according to WRI's investigation of more than 300 companies.
Opinion: Hogan Has a Chance to Grow Green Jobs – Maryland Matters
What do Fort Detrick, Fort Meade and Joint Base Andrews all have in common? All — along with Naval Support Facility Indian Head — face current and future flooding threats due to climate change, according to a recently released Defense Department report.
Statkraft seeks to tap into the corporate PPA opportunity with a promise of firm power.
Dominion Energy has made a final decision to permanently shutter 10 older and less-efficient generating units that can no longer compete profitably.
A UPEI researcher has developed an app that is being promoted in Mi'kmaq communities as a way to track climate change.
Living with the wind | UDaily
UD study finds people prefer wind turbines as neighbors over other energy plants
NM commits to clean energy » Albuquerque Journal
Gov. signs new law requiring carbon-free system by 2045.
South Dakota's law is the latest as pipeline companies encourage tougher penalties for activists who block oil and gas projects—and for the groups that support them.
The world's largest reinsurance firm warned that premium rises could become a pressing social issue.
A recent report from InfluenceMap claims that the world's biggest oil and gas companies spend $200 million every year to weaken and oppose legislation aimed at fighting global warming.
They Grew Up Around Fossil Fuels. Now, Their Jobs Are in Renewables. - The New York Times
These are portraits of seven people working in wind and solar, industries their families hardly imagined they’d go into. But as one of them put it: “It’s not ideology. It’s just math.”