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Anirban Basu: Maryland Must Preserve Its First-Mover Status on Offshore Wind

State can maintain offshore wind industry advantage with approval of new projects and development of supply chain growth strategies.

Josh Kurtz: What I Learned Interviewing the Democratic Candidates for Governor About Climate Change

I didn't quite know what to expect when I set out to interview all the candidates for governor about climate change.I thought I might...

EPA Awards UMD Grant to Expand Maryland’s Environmental Justice Mapping Tool

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded the University of Maryland School of Public Health $100,000 to expand its environmental justice map and screening...

Opinion: How the Beltway Widening Project Is Excluding Low-Income Communities

By Katie McKennaThe writer is a resident of Washington, D.C.When I run along the Rock Creek Trail, traveling from downtown Washington, D.C, towards Maryland,...

Supporters Launch a Renewed Push for Environmental Human Rights Amendment

The push to recognize an inalienable human right to a healthy environment is not new, but it has yet to gain major steam. As election...

Marylanders, Home From Glasgow Climate Confab, Reflect on the Work Ahead

The latest international conference on climate change, which was held earlier this month in Glasgow, Scotland, drew tens of thousands of world leaders, business...

Wes Moore on the Climate Crisis: ‘Make Generational Change in Order to Bend the...

On the day Democratic gubernatorial contender Wes Moore sat down with Maryland Matters to discuss climate change, in late October, the state coincidentally was being lashed by powerful storms.

Jon Baron on Combating Climate Change: ‘Let’s Do What Works’

Jon Baron isn’t the first policy wonk in history to run for governor of Maryland. But he may be the first to come from the especially wonky world of what’s known as evidence-based policy.

Senate Confirms First Tribal Member in History to Lead National Park Service

The U.S. Senate approved by voice vote late Thursday the nomination of Charles F. Sams III as the first confirmed National Park Service director...

Rosenbaum: ‘Putting a Price on Carbon Makes a Market Work Better’

Michael Rosenbaum, the Baltimore tech executive and Democratic candidate for governor who is making his first run for elective office, prides himself on his private sector record of creating jobs and boosting workers into the middle class.