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  • Air Monitoring Legislation May Be Path Forward for Health on Maryland’s Eastern Shore – Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future


  • Greenlaurel: Today is Maryland’s First-Ever Children’s Environmental Health Day – Baltimore Fishbowl

  • Md. Leaders Announce New Clean Energy Jobs Campaign – Afro American News
  • Gabbard Leads OFF Act to End Reliance on Fossil Fuels – Maui Now
  • Trumpcare and climate change will have the same victimsGrist
  • Greenlaurel: Why Baltimore City Council’s Unanimous Climate Resolution is Important – Baltimore Fishbowl
    • Baltimore City Council votes to support Paris Climate Agreement, Baltimore Sun
    • Baltimore adopts strong climate resolution, Chesapeake PSR
    • Baltimore City Climate Resolution Passes Unanimously!, Sierra Club Maryland
  • Environmental Justice Organizations Request EJ Report for the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative Programs in Maryland, Sierra Club National
  • Following Rally, Baltimore City Council Passes Resolution in Support of Offshore Wind – Clean Water Action
  • Clean Air Advocates Urge EPA to Reduce Smog in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Across the Eastern U.S.  – Clean Air Watch
  • Where Does Baltimore Rank In The Number Of Smog Days? CBS Local
  • Health Organizations Applaud the Maryland House of Delegates for Passing Ban on Hydraulic Fracturing in Maryland – Chesapeake Physicians for Social Responsibility
  • Harris ignores Ocean City wind power benefits
    By Tamara Toles O’Laughlin & Raimee Eck, Delmarva Now
    Attempt to block federal funding for offshore wind projects is disappointing because it creates a barrier to a sustainable industry Maryland needs.

    • Also appears on:
      Chillicothe Gazette, Knoxville News Gazette, York Daily Review
  • ‘Legislature can make healthy decisions on fracking, renewable energy’
    By Rebecca Rehr and Alfred Bartlett, Maryland Reporter
    The health of Marylanders is an overarching issue connecting two important pieces of unfinished business facing our state legislators in this session.


  • ‘Greening Spring Cleaning’ by Allison Rich
    Schools should stop dousing classrooms with toxic cleaning products.
  • ‘My Thanksgiving Terror’ by Rebecca Rehr
    One look at that turkey and I can’t get my mind off how factory farming is endangering our health.
  • ‘Urban America’s Slow-Motion Crisis’ by Rebecca Ruggles
    Millions of residents in poor city neighborhoods live in environments that assault their health on a daily basis.
  • The Hazards of Your Daily Commute by Rebecca Ruggles
    Fossil fuels aren’t just warming our climate, they’re polluting the air we breathe.
  • Warning: Fracking May Harm Public Health by Rebecca Rehr
    Regulators should apply the same precautions to gas drilling that they use for everything else.
  • Communities are right to question the health impact of development decisions
    Rebecca Ruggles, Baltimore Sun
  • Lawmakers approved pesticide reporting, ignored fracking concerns
    Rebecca Ruggles, Baltimore Sun