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Maryland will use the millions of dollars it received in a federal settlement with Volkswagen to improve air quality in multiple ways, according to…

Sunday is National Oyster Day — and in conjunction with that special day, several Maryland restaurants (and restaurants in Virginia and Washington, D.C.) are…

More than 250 candidates for state Senate and House seats have embraced the Clean Energy Jobs Act, legislation to boost Maryland’s Renewable Portfolio Standard…

Maryland is launching the nation’s first state-sponsored Climate Leadership Academy to help local governments, state agencies, nonprofits and the private sector prepare to address…

Here’s a reminder that seven Democratic candidates for governor, along with Green Party nominee Ian Schlakman, will be participating in a forum on the…

In a major blow to Maryland environmentalists and their allies in the General Assembly, a House Economic Matters subcommittee voted against a bill Wednesday…

Hours after a legislative committee torpedoed a bill to boost Maryland’s renewable energy standard to 50 percent, clean energy advocates got a consolation prize…

By Josh Kurtz In a major blow to Maryland environmentalists and their allies in the General Assembly, a House Economic Matters subcommittee voted against…

The League of Conservation Voters issued its annual congressional scorecard Tuesday, and both Maryland senators — Benjamin L. Cardin (D) and Christopher Van Hollen…

By Brian J. Feldman and C. William Frick Marylanders are concerned about the impact climate change is having on our communities, our health, our…