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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 candidates weigh in on climate change in the 2022 elections?

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

“The China Syndrome” was on TV again last week. The 1979 thriller, starring Jane Fonda, Jack Lemmon and Michael Douglas, tells the story of…

Climate change is an international crisis that demands action at every level of government. Yet perhaps overlooked, with all the dire warnings about the…

Luke Caron, a college student from Silver Spring, crouched in a tangle of bushes, trees and vines near a busy Takoma Park thoroughfare the…

“This is a region built upon rock solid layers of the determination of people who met every challenge head on. The challenges today are…

Baltimore needs more than 570,000 new trees to reach “tree equity,” or the number of trees required for every neighborhood to enjoy the environmental…

The words “blessed,” “thankful” and “grateful” are stenciled in red on the steps leading to the Greater Mt. Nebo AME Church in Bowie. And…

When James Jones drives up to his one-acre property in Eagle Harbor, a small historically Black waterfront community on the southern tip of Prince…

The consequential and growing offshore wind industry may well be coming to Maryland’s Atlantic shore in just a few years.

Climate change is accelerating, in Maryland and across the globe. The signs are everywhere: extreme weather, sea level rise, flooding in coastal communities, catastrophic…