Climate change Archive

Department of Environment Secretary Summers marks Read Across Maryland month with students at The Siena School in Silver Spring

MEDIA CONTACTS: Samantha Kappalman or Adrienne Diaczok (410) 537-3003 samantha.kappalman@maryland.gov adrienne.diaczok@maryland.gov FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Department of Environment Secretary Summers marks Read Across Maryland month with students at The Siena School in Silver Spring Climate change and its impacts discussed (SILVER SPRING, MD)  March 12, 2014 – Maryland Department of the Environment ...Read More

**Media Advisory** Department of Environment Secretary Summers to mark Read Across Maryland month, discuss climate change with students at The Siena School in Silver Spring

  Contact Information: Samantha Kappalman samantha.kappalman@maryland.gov Adrienne Diaczok adrienne.diaczok@maryland.gov 410-537-3003 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: **Media Advisory** Department of Environment Secretary Summers to mark Read Across Maryland month, discuss climate change with students at The Siena School in Silver Spring (BALTIMORE, MD)  March 11, 2014 – The Maryland Department of the Environment ...Read More

Aiding and Abetting Bad Behavior

The Chesapeake Bay is not only an essential natural resource for Maryland, but also for the United States. It is a recognized national treasure. Here in our great State, we’ve taken on this moral imperative by making a commitment to restore the Bay and ensure that it’s an economically ...Read More

League of Conservation Voters Honors Governor Martin O’Malley for Climate Change Vision

The Maryland League of Conservation Voters presented Governor Martin O’Malley with its inaugural Climate Visionary Award this evening, recognizing his unsurpassed leadership in creating and adopting programs to help Marylanders combat and adapt to the effects of climate change.  “I want to thank the Maryland League of Conservation Voters ...Read More

MDE, Baltimore City and partners “plug” charging station opening

First curbside station to be placed on a Baltimore Street; Investment in charging stations, knowledge of the benefits of electric vehicles, strategic partnerships mean better air quality for Maryland residents.  (BALTIMORE, MD) September 27, 2013 – Maryland Department of the Environment Deputy Secretary Kathy Kinsey and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, along ...Read More

U.N. climate panel endorses ceiling on global emissions

The New York Times reports that the world’s top climate scientists have formally embraced an upper limit on greenhouse gases for the first time, “establishing a target level at which humanity must stop spewing them into the atmosphere or face irreversible and potentially catastrophic climatic changes.” The paper reported ...Read More

Governor O’Malley statement on Environmental Protection Agency’s announcement of a carbon pollution standard for new power plants

ANNAPOLIS, MD  – Governor Martin O’Malley today released the following statement on the Environmental Protection Agency’s announcement of a carbon pollution standard for new power plants: “We in Maryland commend President Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency for taking this important step forward to limit carbon pollution from future ...Read More

Governor Martin O’Malley hosts Maryland Climate Change Summit, releases final Greenhouse Gas Reduction Act Plan

Participants discuss actions Maryland is taking to address the impacts of climate change  BALTIMORE, MD (July 25, 2013) – Governor Martin O’Malley hosted hundreds of scientists, business leaders, environmental advocates and community activists today at a climate change summit to celebrate the release of Maryland’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Act Plan ...Read More
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