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Columbia at 50 Part 9 Environment: Respecting the land while building a city

This is the ninth part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating in Howard and Anne Arundel counties, and after that is being […]

Columbia at 50 Part 9 Environment: Respecting the land while building a city

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This is the ninth part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating in Howard and Anne Arundel counties, and after that is being […]

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Joe Uehlein still fighting for sustainable jobs and a living planet

Joe Uehlein, veteran trade unionist and musician, co-founded the Labor Network for Sustainability to bring labor and environmental activists together. There are loads of unheralded heroes from steel mill towns.

Legislature can make healthy decisions on fracking, renewable energy

Demonstration for wind and solar power in 2015 on Lawyer's Mall. By Alfred Bartlett and Rebecca Rehr For MarylandReporter.com As public health and medical professionals, we see the health of Marylanders is

Gov. Hogan takes ‘no position’ on Curtis Bay incinerator

By Christine Stoddard MarylandReporter.com Asked about the long-smoldering fight over a 160-megawatt trash incinerator proposed in south Baltimore, Gov. Larry Hogan said at a forum Wednesday that he has “no position

Federal facilities play role in Chesapeake Bay cleanup

New protocols will ensure that this rain garden at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis is counted toward the Navy’s progress in helping Maryland meet its pollution reduction goals.

Environmentalists praise new Clean Water Rules

By Rebecca Lessner for MarylandReporter.com The Obama Administration introduced an addition to the Clean Water Act on Wednesday, despite pushback from farmers across the country and the U.S. House of Representative,

Letter to Editor: Maryland needs to invest in clean energy

Dear Editor, When I was young, my family and I would visit the scenic trails and rivers of Gunpowder Falls State Park. I remember spending countless summers drifting under the

Letter to the Editor: Clean up Power Plants

Chalk Point Generating Station in Eagle Harbor, MD. (Wikipedia) Dear Editor, Senator Cardin’s statement, “water levels are increasing. Representing a coastal state like Maryland, we see that. We see the impact of

Hurricane Sandy: What have we learned?

Dear Editor, I remember what I was doing a year ago yesterday and today. I remember clinging to my phone, waiting to hear from my friends and family who were

Anti-fracking protest held in Fell’s Point

Protesters staged an anti-fracking demonstration Saturday in Fell's Point, which included interactive light projections. Activists urged Governor Martin O’Malley to ban fracking as the only way to protect Maryland’s climate,

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