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Maryland’s “green prom” took place Tuesday night in Annapolis. The Maryland League of Conservation Voters’ annual Awards dinner has grown by leaps and bounds in…

Maryland Environment Secretary Benjamin H. Grumbles may not have worn flowers in his hair when he traveled to San Francisco last week, but he…

By the Maryland League of Conservation Voters’ own estimate, the 2018 General Assembly session “was a complicated year for the environment.” Which undoubtedly made…

A recent torrent of pollution flowing into the Chesapeake Bay from upstream in New York and Pennsylvania could give new impetus to legislation in…

On Aug. 7, our competitor in Baltimore City’s 45th legislative district, Del. Cheryl D. Glenn (D), published an article in Maryland Matters calling for…

The Chesapeake Bay is Maryland’s equivalent to mom, the flag and apple pie: Every politician is for it. And the same sentiment generally prevails…

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…