There are 21 sites in Maryland on the Superfund’s National Priorities List: EPA’s list of the most hazardous contaminated sites in the country identified for long-term study and remediation. Contamination from these sites can travel through the air, water, soil, and groundwater to nearby land
For over a decade, Maryland has misclassified trash incineration - the most polluting method of producing energy - as "renewable," diverting subsidies away from real renewable energy like wind, solar, and geothermal power to give extra profits to polluting incinerator companies. In a year where
In this Issue: Victories and Progress in 2023 | Maryland Climate Action Plan | Fees and Fairness | District of Columbia Green Infrastructure in Your Neighborhood | Big Win for the Anacostia River | Virginia Voting Victory | National News: Urge Your Elected Officials To Protect ALL Of Our Water! | The Clean Water Act of 2023 | We Can Get The Lead Out Of Drinking Water | Federal Budget Update
HB161 implements recommendations of the State Transparency and Accountability Reform Commission, a bipartisan commission convened in 2021 to review and investigate the operations and structures of quasi-governmental agencies in Maryland.