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Tim Whitehouse

Around 35% of Maryland’s “clean energy” in 2020 came from controversial renewable energy sources such as trash incinerators, landfills and woody debris burned in…

Chemicals

Would you rather your kids be bitten by a mosquito or be exposed to cancer-causing chemicals in your backyard? This mosquito season, the Maryland…

PFAS

This past year, Maryland has received three shocking revelations about the extent of toxic PFAS — per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances — contamination in the…

Since 2004, Maryland residents have invested millions of dollars in renewable energy sources as we strive to create new energy sector jobs and reduce…

Why is Maryland’s clean energy law subsidizing wealthy out-of-state corporate polluters? One puzzling question in Maryland climate policy is why lawmakers insist that residents…

We wish to offer some context to the commentary “Don’t Impede Maryland’s Progress on Wind and Solar,” which was published in Maryland Matters on…

Maryland’s General Assembly will make some crucial decisions this session on the future of the state’s Renewable Portfolio Standard. Currently, the legislature is considering…