Climate Steward of Greater Annapolis Events
CSGA Business Meeting
Thursday, October 18, 7 PM
Annapolis Friends Meeting House
Tuesday, October 23, 7 PM
Bay Ridge Christian Church
Events of Interest to CSGA
Rally for Transit Access / Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition
Oct 19, Noon - Baltimore City Hall, Baltimore
Community Solar Information Session / Emmanuel United Methodist Church
Oct 21, 10:15 AM - Emanuel United Methodist Church, Laurel
Talking Out Loud About the Earth / Clean Water Action Maryland
Oct 21, 2 PM - First Presbyterian Church of Howard County, Columbia
Community Solar Information Session / HoCo Climate Action
Oct 22, 7 PM - Emanuel United Methodist Church, Laurel
Natural Gas Infrastructure and Community Health / Maryland Environmental Health Network
Oct 22, Noon - Webinar
Meeting / Maryland Commission on Climate Change
Oct 23, 1 PM - Maryland Department of the Environment, Baltimore
Mid-Atlantic Food Recovery Summit / Maryland Department of the Environment
Oct 24, 8 AM - Bowie State University, Bowie
River-Friendly Yards / Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center
Oct 24, 4:30 PM - Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, Grasonville
Green Drinks / Annapolis Green
Oct 24, 5:30 PM - Pirates Cove Restraunt, Galesville
Sustainability and Stewardship in Howard County / Citizens' Climate Lobby
Oct 24, 6 PM - Howard Community College, Columbia
Tidewater / Citizens's Climate Lobby
Oct 25, 7 PM - First Presbyterian Church of Howard County, Columbia
Fall Greenscape / Annapolis Environmental Commission
Oct 27, 10 AM - Eastport, Annapolis
Solar for the Rest of Us / Baltimore Green Forum
Oct 28, 4 PM - Maryland Presbyterian Church, Towson
News, Information, and Opinion of Interest to CSGA
Two federal appeals courts have now upheld state nuclear power plant subsidies, and in doing so, they have also helped to solidify the legal footing for state renewable energy programs across the country.
In the last six years, officials in Texas and Louisiana issued permits allowing 74 petrochemical, oil, and gas projects to pump as much climate-warming pollution into the atmosphere as running 29 coal-fired power plants around the clock, according to numbers released September 26 by the nonprofit watchdog Environmental Integrity Project.
Ned Tillman, a Columbia scientist with two nonfiction books on the environment to his credit, will hold a book launch of his latest work, "The Big Melt," from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at Food Plenty in Clarksville Commons.
Floods. Wildfires. Yet Few Candidates Are Running on Climate Change. - The New York Times
Democrats, campaigning to win back control of the House and fend off Republican Senate candidates in states President Trump won, have been relatively muted on environmental issues this year.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday vacated a key Clean Water Act permit for the Mountain Valley Pipeline, saying regulators lacked legal authority to “substitute” one kind of construction standard.
Home Improvements That Benefit the Environment – Nexus Media
Storms cause flooding. Green infrastructure helps homeowners stay afloat.
The Economics of Zero Energy Homes - Rocky Mountain Institute
Building a Zero Energy or Zero Energy Ready home has a modest cost—far less than consumers, builders and policymakers realize.
A growing need for more plastics and petrochemicals in the developing world will be the leading driver of oil demand, outpacing planes, trains and automobiles, according to the International Energy Agency.
Natural gas will begin flowing through the controversial Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline underneath Lancaster County on Saturday, according to the pipeline builder.
States up efficiency investments & power savings; push net-zero buildings & electric vehicles; NJ, CT, CO, SD improve most; MA and CA lead.
Renewable energy and the Hogan conundrum - Baltimore Sun
Psst, Maryland appears ready to dramatically raise how much renewable energy is consumed in Maryland but the Hogan administration isn't talking about it.
3 Charts Explain One of the Most Overlooked Opportunities to Address Climate Change and Poverty | World Resources Institute
Short-lived climate pollutants like hydrofluorocarbons, black carbon and methane aren't as well-known as carbon dioxide. But they have a powerful impact on the climate and on human health, and more countries need to develop plans to cut their emissions.
Climate Change Is Forcing the Insurance Industry to Recalculate | The Wall Street Journal
Insurers are at the vanguard of a movement to put a value today on the unpredictable future of a warming planet.
Here’s why hurricanes are rapidly exploding in strength - The Washington Post
The U.S. has been battered by fast-intensifying hurricanes.
Trump’s team used last week to sneak in disastrous, linked policies on climate change and child refugee camps.
Another big win for Tradepoint: Wind turbines to be built - Baltimore Sun
Tradepoint Atlantic's future as a maker of offshore wind turbines will also be good for labor and Maryland's economy.
It will take a major transformation for news organizations to give reporting on climate change the coverage it deserves — and needs.
The world has barely a decade to avoid disaster. We need to combat climate change — now. - The Washington Post
Meeting a goal of 1.5 degrees in rise rather than 2 degrees is attainable.
Exxon is committing $1 million over two years to promote a tax on carbon emissions by corporations, one of the few times an oil company has given money to make fighting climate change a priority in Washington.
Climate bill would move D.C. to 100% renewable energy by 2032 - The Washington Post
Local legislation comes as U.N. panel finds time is running out to avert catastrophe.