Underserved and underrepresented communities in the Commonwealth face higher levels of pollution.
Car-dependent sprawl development is inefficient and more costly to taxpayers, and has led to longer commutes that negatively impact our health and historic, cultural, and natural resources.
Coal ash is the waste product generated when coal is burned for energy.
PFAS chemicals are a class of chemicals used to make products grease proof, water-proof, stick-proof, and stain-resistant.
Stormwater is the polluted runoff gathered from rain, severe thunderstorms, and even snow from roads, parking lots, and other impervious surfaces, where runoff collects pollutants and carries them downstream, ultimately into the Chesapeake Bay.