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Events & News - May 24


Events of Interest to CSGA


May 24, 10:45 AM - Washington


Rally for a Safety Study / We Are Cove Point

May 24, Noon - Governor's Mansion, Annapolis


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

May 30, 11 AM - Maryland Department of the Environment, Baltimore


Mitigation Working Group Meeting / Maryland Climate Change Commission

May 31, 10 AM - Maryland Department of the Environment, Baltimore


Rally for a Safety Study / We Are Cove Point

May 31, Noon - Governor's Mansion, Annapolis


Hide Tide in Dorchester / Chesapeake Bay Foundation

May 31, 6:30 PM - Avalon Theatre, Easton


News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA


Annapolis Alderman Rob Savidge and Anne Arundel County have filed legislation banning polystyrene products from restaurants and food service businesses.


Community solar makes the benefits of solar — lower electricity bills, improved community health, and economic development, to name a few — available to those unable to go solar today.


State regulators have put a stop to construction of part of the Mountain Valley Pipeline swamped by a rainstorm, saying work cannot continue until proper erosion control measures are established.


A lawsuit is raising questions about the treatment of a woman who has spent the last 50 days protesting the Mountain Valley Pipeline.


On her 57th day perched atop a pole, a Mountain Valley Pipeline protester decided to come down Wednesday.


The latest aerial blockade on Pocahontas Road in the Jefferson National Forest went up Monday morning.


The fight against pipelines can unite progressives and libertarians, city folk and country folk.


The proud Navy town sees itself as a living lab for coastal resilience, one in desperate need of solutions as flooding worsens. Not every neighborhood will be saved.


A consent decree calls for the coal burning to cease by the end of 2028.


Opponents of the gas pipeline say state and federal agencies failed to assess the health impacts the project would have on minorities, as required under federal law.


FERC erred in awarding Public Convenience and Necessity certificate, AG says.


Legislation that would authorize $300 million annually to rescue New Jersey’s nuclear energy industry was signed into law Wednesday.


EPW Passes Bipartisan Carbon Capture Legislation - Press Releases - U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works

A number of media outlets are pushing back at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for limiting the reporters allowed to cover part of its chemical summit on Tuesday — including one reporter who says she was forcibly removed from the event.


Democrats on the panel disagree with the decision to diminish greenhouse gas reviews.


According to a new University of Michigan study, low-income households have a harder time finding CFL and LED bulbs than do households in more affluent neighborhoods. They pay more money for them, too.


English Biomass challenges regulators’ all-or-nothing interpretation of state’s competitive supplier statute.


Gov. Northam Wants Strategic Plan to Boost Offshore Wind - WVIR NBC29 Charlottesville News, Sports, and Weather

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's administration says it is looking for advice on how to make the state more attractive to offshore wind power.


Republican Christina Hagan contends that the dark money group wanted to make an example of her.


With B.C. project in limbo, Texas energy giant’s own investors demand more information on environmental, climate performance.


Stanford scientists found that the global economy is likely to benefit from ambitious global warming limits agreed to in the United Nations Paris Agreement.


With the Trump Administration taking aggressive steps to reduce or eliminate protections for sensitive public lands and to exploit fossil energy resources regardless of the consequences, the coalition will lead the business community and engage policy makers on the impact these policies have on climate change and public health.


Now at Harvard, the Obama administration alum admits it’s been hard to watch the Trump administration take aim at the work she’s proudest of. But she hasn’t lost hope.


Do the global poor care about climate change? I was struck by that question at the National Peace Symposium and was so curious I decided to delve into the research. This post explores four international surveys before offering analysis and a conclusion.


The U.N. General Assembly voted Thursday to take a first step toward establishing a Global Pact for the Environment, a decision the United States opposed.


Scientific advisors to the Montreal Protocol will examine evidence of new sources of CFCs in East Asia and report by the end of the year.

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