Jennifer Kunze - Maryland Program Manager

A stream surrounded by trees in the Frederick Municipal Forest

Putting drinking water first in Frederick County

September 10, 2020

This summer, Frederick County proved itself to be an environmental leader.

Big progress on sewage backups in Baltimore

July 30, 2020

Great news!

Meet our Summer 2020 Maryland Interns!

July 14, 2020

This year, as our Baltimore office is closed and we're all working from home, our internship program looks a little different! We're working with 11 interns, including high school, college, and graduate students, to expand our research base and work on septic and sewer systems, drinking water protections, Superfund sites, trash incineration, and more. Get to know them here, and keep an eye out for more important work from them over the summer!

Mariana Silva, Environmental Engineering / Theology, University of Notre Dame

Bringing "The Story of Plastics" home to Maryland

June 17, 2020

This weekend, almost 150 people joined us for a special screening of "The Story of Plastic." The Story of Plastic takes a sweeping look at the man-made crisis of plastic pollution and the worldwide effect it has on the health of our planet and the people who inhabit it, from people in Appalachia and the Gulf Coast facing enormous new petrochemical infrastructure being built to expand plastic production, to people in China and Bangladesh dealing wi

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Baltimore's budget: more money for BPD?

June 10, 2020

Click here to submit your comments on the Baltimore City budget.

All of this week, the City Council's Budget and Appropriations Committee has been holding hearings on each city department's budget (you can watch the recordings on the City's Youtube channel), and the Council will vote on the budget as a whole on Monday.

Shannon Sneed for Baltimore City Council President

Shannon Sneed for Baltimore City Council President

May 24, 2020

Maryland's primary election is one week from today - have you received your ballot in the mail? If so, don't forget to mark it in black ink, and sign and date the back before sending it in!

Bill Henry for Baltimore Comptroller - but what is a comptroller?

May 21, 2020

We have a week and a half to go until Election Day, and voters across Baltimore City are finally receiving their ballots in the mail.

Clean Water Action endorses Brandon Scott for Mayor of Baltimore City

Brandon Scott for Baltimore City Mayor

May 18, 2020

The future of Baltimore City will be decided in the next few weeks, as voters receive their ballots by mail and fill them out at home - for most of us, for the first time. (As you may have seen in the news, mailing ballots to Baltimore City was significantly delayed.

Baltimore's Clean Water Candidates: endorsing Brandon Scott for Mayor, and more

April 28, 2020

Have you received your absentee ballot in the mail?

If not, download your absentee ballot to print here.

Toxic for People & Planet projected on BRESCO by the Backbone Campaign

Testimony Supporting HB438/SB560: Burning trash is not clean energy!

February 20, 2020

Today, the House Economic Matters Committee is holding a hearing on HB438, a bill to correct a mistake Maryland made nine years ago: to call trash incineration renewable energy, and subsidize it with money meant to support new wind and solar power. We submitted this joint testimony signed by 33 organizations in Maryland.

Testimony Supporting HB438 & SB560

House Economic Matters Committee | Senate Finance Committee

February 20, 2020 | February 25, 2020

Position: Support