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by Jan Graham
The legislature in Annapolis delivers some good news to Marylanders; other bills await action next year.
The forests of a watershed such as Mattawoman protect the water and the climate by sequestering greenhouse gases.
by Cliff Terry
Bill for public financing of General Assembly campaigns fails by one vote in Maryland Senate.
by Imani Kazana
Citizens of Prince Georges County continue to fight Washington Gass plan to put a liquid natural gas storage facility in residential community.
by Greg Smith
The ICC wont be just a scourge on the local environment; itll be a contributor to the greenhouse gases that scourge the planet. Tell Governor OMalley to quash it now!
by Lisa M. Mayo
Treasured refuge to be buffered by lands purchased by the state.
Building a third reactor at Calvert Cliffs would be expensive, threaten public health, and damage the environment
by Frank Fox
by Cliff Terry
Promoting smart growth wont save us from sprawl and other environmental losses unless we curb population growth.
by Mary C. Corddry
From air quality to zoning, Maryland groups address environmental issues close to home
by Betty Brody
A lovely green lawn doesnt have to come at the expense of fertilizers, pesticides, or hours of gas-fueled mowing.
by Richard Reis, P.E
Back-of-the-envelope calculations address the question of environmental and cost tradeoffs in using lamps that contain mercury versus using less efficient conventional lamps
by Mark Imlay
Environmental groups offer opportunities for habitat restoration all over the state
by Daniel J. Soeder
Changes in California law create some new requirements for our group outings leaders
One task or many, a challenge or a cakewalk, you can find the right volunteer opportunity in the Sierra Club.