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Climate change is an existential threat to our way of life, both in the long term and day-to-day.

Where does Maryland stand on climate change policy? Could our state become a leader and innovator? What are the possibilities? The obstacles? And how will climate policy change with a new administration in Annapolis?

These are the issues Maryland Matters will explore in our Climate Calling special series.

The Climate Calling series is made possible through the support of Ed Hatcher and Angie Cannon.

As Maryland lawmakers consider new rules to consider more net zero energy schools, a look back at the state’s first.

Group aims to bring more conservatives into the conversation about how to expand clean energy development in Maryland.

Julius West Middle School student hosts Fridays For Future gatherings, and has pressed with other students for changes to school district policies.

student javier fuentes handles waste bins at school

Javier Fuentes is part of a growing youth movement working to create a more equitable and sustainable future.

Poolesville High School Global Ecology student Brianna Akuamoah-Boateng heeds nature’s cries.

A state legislator tries to put his money where his mouth is when it comes to carbon-free living.

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…

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

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 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.