Events of Interest to CSGA
Thanksgiving for Environmentalists - Celebrating Successes! / Baltimore Green Forum
Nov 25, 4 PM - Maryland Presbyterian Church, Towson
Stop McNamee! / Beyond Extreme Energy
Nov 27, 7:30 AM - Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington
Pack the House at BRTB / Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition
Nov 27, 8:30 AM - Baltimore Metropolitian Council, Baltimore
Meeting / Baltimore Commission on Sustainability
Nov 28, 4 PM - Baltimore Office of Sustainability, Baltimore
Before the Flood / Interfaith Power & Light
Nov 30, 6:30 PM - First and St. Stephen United Church of Christ, Baltimore
Maryland Legistlative Summit / Maryland Legislative Coalition
Dec 2, 10 AM - UMBC Engineering Building, Baltimore
News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA
The struggle is on for control of the long-term Democratic climate agenda.
In a Democratic clash on Capitol Hill, progressives are pushing an ambitious plan to wean the U.S. off fossil fuels, boost renewables and build a "smart" grid. Meet the "Green New Deal."
How to break bad news about the climate » Yale Climate Connections
A six-step guide to honest and compassionate conversations.
Northam removes two board members ahead of crucial vote on pipeline project - The Washington Post
Environmentalists are outraged by decision. Pipeline vote affects historic African American community.
Helping David Take On Goliath | Bay Weekly
Ranking of countries’ goals shows even EU on course for more than double safe level of warming.
A carbon tax, limits on fracking, a renewable energy standard — all defeated.
Hurricane Michael is looking even more violent on closer scrutiny - The Washington Post
With a storm surge of almost 16 feet and enduring high winds, it devastated a 70-mile stretch of coastline.
Representatives from the Schola Europaea international schools demand leading global institutions publicize failures to meet decades-old objectives on sustainable development and climate stabilization.
Part of the Answer to Climate Change May Be America’s Trees and Dirt, Scientists Say - The New York Times
A new study found that the United States could store enough carbon in natural landscapes to offset all the cars and trucks on the road.
Severn joins 'ugly produce' hubs trying to fix food waste in America - Capital Gazette
Imperfect Produce, doesn’t just save “ugly” food from the trash. It turns the fruits and veggies into Instagramable products people can order in a trendy, customized box delivery service. Its newest hub is in Severn.
This huge mosaic on the Aletsch Glacier was made from 125,000 drawings, to highlight climate change.
Baltimore City Councilman Ed Reisinger on Monday introduced a clean air ordinance that would require the Wheelabrator Baltimore trash incinerator and a medical waste incinerator in Curtis Bay to drastically reduce and continuously monitor their emissions of hazardous air pollutants.
To lessen climate change, educate the public - Baltimore Sun
There are many policy and technological avenues for climate mitigation, but they all start with a change in our mindsets to link the new weather extremes to global warming. News reporters must make the climate-disaster connection so that people see the extremity of the episodes.
New Index finds air pollution reduces global life expectancy by nearly 2 years, making it the single greatest threat to human health | Energy Policy Institute at University of Chicago
Marshall Islands first nation to submit new, binding climate targets | Thomson Reuters Foundation
We believe in leading from the front. If we can raise the ambition of our climate action then so can other countries.
A judge dismissed charges Thursday against a mother and daughter who for more than a month lived in the trees.
The odd behavior of the jet stream appears to cause more wild and extreme summertime weather for us Earthlings.
Renewables reduced wholesale power costs by $5.7 billion in Texas – pv magazine USA
A recent report puts numbers to the power of wind and solar to reduce wholesale prices in ERCOT. And there is a lot more coming.
Britain's renewable electricity capacity has overtaken that of fossil fuel generators such as gas and coal for the first time, a report said on Tuesday.