Already in 2008, Maryland commissioned a report which projected future climate change vulnerabilities for the state: an annual average temperature increase of about 3°F by mid-century; droughts lasting several weeks during the summer; rains and winds from hurricanes are likely to increase as will precipitation; sea level rise will accelerate causing Maryland to experience considerable shoreline erosion and deterioration of coastal wetlands. If sea level rises by 3 feet, most tidal wetlands would be lost — about 200 square miles of land would be inundated.

Despite being home to the second-largest coal exporting port in the United States, Maryland is among the leaders in a shift away from traditional energy sources. Maryland has no crude oil production and very little natural gas production. Further, the state is gradually transitioning away from coal. Since 2012, coal’s share in electricity generation has been less than 50% and in 2018 it fell to 23%. Alternative renewable energy sources such as solar and clean energy nuclear have been turned to in recent years, with one of Maryland’s nuclear power plants accounting for 34 of the state’s electricity generation in 2018.

According to the Environmental Information Administration (EIA), Maryland consumes five times more energy than it produces and the Maryland economy ranks among the ten least energy intensive states in the U.S., as well as being among the ten lowest in per capita energy consumption. The state’s energy is consumed primarily by the transportation, commercial and residential sectors with each consuming about 30% and the industrial sector accounting for the remaining 10%.

In 2009, Maryland passed the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Act of 2009 (GGRA). Since its passage, the bill has been updated (in 2015 and 2019), with each amendment proposing greater energy conservation targets. As of 2019, the goals of the GGRA include a 40% reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and a transition to 100% clean electricity by 2040. The realization of Maryland’s proposed goals relies on a synthesis of a number of new and existing public programs and regulations introduced to the state’s private sector.

A member of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a cooperative of ten states in the Atlantic region with the goal of reducing GHG emissions, Maryland is able to regulate its energy use under the first cap-and-invest program in the nation. This program sets in place a cap on the GHG emissions allowed among the ten-state initiative and allows the private sector to trade for allowances under this cap.

State Governor Larry Hogan (R) has sought out ambitious climate change legislation and has championed Maryland as a leader in the field. In a November of 2019 tweet, Hogan broke from party lines, deriding the Trump Administration’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, asserting that “While Washington continues to address climate change, Maryland continues to lead.”

The Climate Solutions Act of 2021 aimed to reduce statewide greenhouse gas emissions by 60% from 2006 levels by 2030 and to require the State to achieve net-zero statewide greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. Unfortunately, although the Senate passed the bill in the Spring of 2021, it lost in the House. Sponsor Paul G. Pinsky (D) said he hopes for a bigger effort next year.

Maryland is one of seven states in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast to have record sweltering heat in July, 2020. Records date back to 1895. In 2021, they had their first heat related death on June 16 and hit a record 98 degrees on June 30.

Maryland is one of twenty four states, plus Puerto Rico, committed to the U.S. Climate Alliance, a bipartisan coalition of governors committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions consistent with the goals of the Paris Agreement.



County Executive Elrich Releases Recommended FY 23 Capital Budget and Recommended FY23-28 Capital Improvement Program

Today, Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich transmitted his $5.05 billion Recommended FY 23 Capital Budget and FY23-28 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) to the Montgomery County Council. The County Executive’s funding recommendations will address major capital…

Mayor and Sustainability Office Release Carbon-Neutral Goals for Baltimore City

Today, Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Director of the Office of Sustainability, Lisa McNeilly, announced an updated set of goals for Baltimore City’s Climate Action Plan. At the direction of Mayor Scott, the City has…

Frederick County Council To Vote On Climate Change Initiatives

Frederick, Md (KM) A vote is expected on Tuesday by the Frederick County Council on several climate change initiatives . The total cost of the package is $3.7-million which is one-time funds.

Legislators plan green-focused bills this session

The weekend before convening in Annapolis, a collection of Maryland lawmakers unveiled and explained the environmentally directed bills they plan on introducing during this year’s legislative session.

Ørsted approved for second larger Md. wind farm

Last week, the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) signed off on Skipjack Wind 2, a proposal that would include 846 megawatts of energy via large offshore wind turbines. The Danish multinational green energy company is…

Maryland Department of Transportation Makes Plans for Total Electric Bus Fleet

Following Maryland’s Zero-Emission Bus Transition Act as well as the growing need to stay on top of technology and replace its aging fleet, the Maryland Department of Transportation and the Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA)…

Maryland Commission Awards ORECs to US Wind and Skipjack Offshore Energy

Maryland’s offshore wind portfolio is poised to grow substantially with a decision by the Maryland Public Service Commission to award offshore wind renewable energy credits (ORECs) to two developers that have proposed more than 1,600…

Town of Indian Head Government commits to 100% Renewable Energy

At a town meeting on October 4, 2021, the Town Council of Indian Head issued a proclamation of commitment to transitioning the town government to renewable energy

Officials begin work on community choice energy, a piece of Climate Action Plan

As Montgomery County works on a Climate Action Plan, state legislation passed this year has already started the process for one component: community choice energy. Community choice energy is a program that will allow counties…

Maryland regulators unanimously expand community solar pilot

Regulators in Maryland have unanimously voted to expand the capacity of the state’s community solar program as well as improve access for low- and moderate-income (LMI) customer participation in the state’s Community Solar Pilot Program.

Betting the Farm on Solar Energy

As state and local governments struggle to meet clean energy mandates, they recognize that agricultural land is often a great place to site large renewable energy projects. But placing large solar arrays and other renewable…

US Wind plans up to 1.2 GW expansion off Maryland coast, moves to boost domestic supply chain

Offshore wind developer US Wind has submitted a bid for a new 1,200 MW offshore wind farm, slated for construction adjacent to the company's $77 million MarWin project, which is already set for construction off…

Gov. Larry Hogan announces clean energy expansions in Maryland

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan made strides towards expanding clean energy in the state on Tuesday. Hogan announced a new partnership between Tradepoint Atlantic and US Wind to expand offshore wind use (electrical power created using…

In Md. Coal Country, a Push for Clean Energy — and a College Campus Leads the Way

Greg Barnett, a senior at Frostburg State University, grew up in Charles County and spent a lot of time visiting his grandfather in Washington, D.C., so Western Maryland is a different world for him. But…

Maryland Receives Funding to Develop Wood Energy Projects

he Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Maryland Forest Service has been awarded nearly $250,000 for a Wood Innovations Grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to develop priority projects with the Maryland Wood…

Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard and Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems

Altering the renewable energy portfolio standard in certain years to require a certain percentage of energy from Tier 1 renewable sources each year to be derived from certain geothermal heating and cooling systems

House-Senate Divisions Killed Climate Bill But It Should Have a Second Life in 2022

By Elizabeth Shwe 04/20/21
During a legislative session dominated by coronavirus relief and confronting systemic inequities, General Assembly Democrats splintered over major climate change legislation, which eventually led to its collapse on the night of Sine Die.

Maryland Senate passes climate act by wide margin

The Maryland Senate voted Friday to ramp up Maryland’s efforts to fight climate change over the next decade, passing a sweeping bill that calls for a massive tree planting campaign along with more electric vehicles,…

Maryland releases long-awaited climate plan

 Maryland releases a climate action plan to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2045,14 months later than directed by the legislature.

Department of the Environment Releases a Climate Action Plan — 14 Months After Deadline

The Maryland Department of the Environment released a 279-page report Friday outlining the state’s plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve net-zero emissions by 2045.

Montgomery County Joins Leaders Across Maryland and the United States in Affirming Commitment to Global Climate Action on Fifth Anniversary of Paris Agreement

Montgomery County has joined counties and cities across Maryland and the United States to mark the five-year anniversary of the world coming together to sign on to the Paris Climate Agreement. To celebrate the anniversary…

County Executive Marc Elrich To Transform Portion Of Former Landfill Into Solar Energy Project

Montgomery County moves another step closer toward meeting the ambitious goal of eliminating greenhouse emissions by 2035 with an innovative partnership that will provide reliable clean energy for low-to-moderate income households and County Government. Ameresco,…

Preparing for Climate Change in Maryland

This page provides an overview of the steps Maryland is taking to prepare for the impacts of climate change.

Baltimore Climate Action Plan

The City of Baltimore is committed to taking action to mitigate global climate change. Baltimore’s greenhouse gas emissions for our baseline year 2010 were 7,579,144 metric tons (MT) CO2e/yr and will rise to 7,838,996 MT…

Maryland State 2015 Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan Update

“We are on track to meet our own climate change goal and requirements. We have even greater opportunities ahead of us. Maryland and its citizens and communities can reduce environmental and economic risks, increase energy…


Maryland Solar Panels: Pricing and Incentives

Like much of the nation, Maryland is fairly new to solar power. Luckily, like many other states, it’s making up for lost time. Maryland now produces 1,342.4 MW of solar power each year, making up…

Maryland State Profile and Energy Estimates

Maryland wraps around the Chesapeake Bay and extends west into the Appalachian region, where the state's only fossil fuel reserves—coal and natural gas—are found. Baltimore, the state's largest city and one of the 20 largest…

Energy State Bill Tracking Database

The searchable Energy Storage Legislation Database displays information in interactive maps and charts, tracking state activity from 2017 to the present.

Environment and Natural Resources State Bill Tracking Database

The National Conference of State Legislatures tracks environment and natural resources bills that have been introduced in the 50 states, territories and Washington, D.C.

Empower Maryland

The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) strongly supports energy efficiency and conservation programs developed pursuant to the EmPOWER Maryland Energy Efficiency Act (codified at Md. Code Ann., Public Utilities § 7-211). In enacting the EmPOWER Maryland…

The First National Flood Risk Assessment

The First Street Foundation Flood Model represents the culmination of decades of research and development made possible by building upon existing knowledge and frameworks regularly referenced in the identification of flood risk.

The Impacts of Climate Change and the Trump Administration’s Anti-Environmental Agenda in Maryland

Between 2017 and 2019, Maryland experienced five severe storms, one tropical cyclone, and two winter storms. The damages of each event led to losses of at least $1 billion.

State-by-State: Climate Change in Maryland

Maryland is vulnerable to climate change, presenting risks to people, stressing infrastructure and causing agricultural and ecological impacts. Maryland’s climate has already warmed by one to two degrees Fahrenheit in the last century. Increasing variability…

Maryland and Climate Change

To meet the growing challenges climate change is having on Maryland, the region and the world, UMCES research programs seek to broaden our understanding of climate change’s effects on coastal ecosystems, specifically their sensitivity and…

Climate Change Program

The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) is leading Governor Hogan's efforts to reduce GHG emissions and adapt to the potential consequences of climate change while creating jobs and benefiting the economy, as required by the…


Latinos support land conservation goal for the Bay watershed

By Shanna Edberg   01/19/22  
As the 2022 session of the Maryland General Assembly gets under way, a coalition of environmentally minded lawmakers is expected to propose legislation that would protect 30% of the state’s lands and waters by 2030…

Standard Solar acquires 2.9 MW community solar project in Maryland

By Anne Fischer   01/18/22  
A new community solar array will increase energy access and bring economic benefits, job creation, tax revenue and other tangible benefits to Carroll County, Maryland residents. Standard Solar, Inc., a specialist in the acquisition, development,…

Poll Projection: Marylanders Want Climate Change This Legislative Cycle

By CBS Baltimore Staff   01/18/22  
A new poll shows that the majority of registered voters want the Maryland General Assembly to take action on climate change during the 2022 legislative session.

Climate activists up the pressure on Md. lawmakers as session starts

By Elizabeth Shwe and Josh Kurtz   01/13/22  
Six Maryland environment professors penned a letter to the presiding officers of the General Assembly this week, imploring them to commit to reducing climate pollution in Maryland by 60% below 2006 levels by 2030. They…

Maryland congressional delegation shares top environmental priorities during virtual meeting with epa regional administrator adam ortiz

Members of Maryland’s congressional delegation gathered virtually Tuesday for their first official meeting with the newly appointed regional administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region III, Adam Ortiz. U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and…

Maryland policymakers gather with legal marijuana, climate change and a multi-billion dollar in surplus on the agenda

By Erin Cox and Ovetta Wiggins   01/11/22  
Maryland lawmakers convene Wednesday with an unprecedented $4.6 billion state surplus and plans to tackle legalizing marijuana, mitigating climate change, potential tax relief and a host of other long-simmering — but unaddressed — goals in…

Chesapeake Bay states are unlikely to reach EPA’s 2025 cleanup deadline at current pace, report finds

By Christine Condon   01/05/22  
Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia are unlikely to reach their joint Chesapeake Bay pollution limits set by the Environmental Protection Agency in time for a 2025 deadline, according to a report released Wednesday by the Chesapeake…

Coal plant explosion should be a wake-up call

By Baltimore Sun Editorial Board   01/03/22  
Late Thursday morning, an explosion in Curtis Bay rattled buildings, broke windows and likely frayed some nerves. A buildup of coal dust at the CSX Coal Plant Building was blamed for the blast, which could…

Maryland Department of Transportation Makes Plans for Total Electric Bus Fleet

By David Worford   12/22/21  
Following Maryland’s Zero-Emission Bus Transition Act as well as the growing need to stay on top of technology and replace its aging fleet, the Maryland Department of Transportation and the Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA)…

Groups urge bigger targets, more equity as RGGI states consider changes

By Lisa Prevost   12/21/21  
As the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, known as RGGI, undergoes a thorough review by participating states, environmental advocates are demanding more ambitious emission reduction targets and a mandate for equitable distribution of the revenues.

How the coastal mid-Atlantic is haunted by sea-level rise

By Samantha Harrington   11/05/21  
From ghost forests to sinking farmland, coastal salt marshes are rapidly shifting as the oceans rise. The Local Motives team, Nate Murray and Cody Pfister, traveled to New Jersey and Maryland to understand the impact…

The region can’t meet its climate change commitments without reducing car-dependence, a study reveals

By Bill Pugh   09/27/21  
This month the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB), the region’s lead transportation planning agency, presented two important initial findings from its Climate Change Mitigation Study on what it must do to tackle climate…

Environmental groups welcome volunteers back to oyster planting in the Baltimore Harbor for the first time since the pandemic began

By Christine Condon   09/26/21  
Sunday, for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, volunteers made their way to Baltimore’s Downtown Sailing Center for a day of oyster gardening. College students and retirees alike converged on the docks to…

Md. leaders kick off ‘drive electric’ week in Annapolis

By Luke Lukert   09/26/21  
Elected officials from Maryland met at the City Dock in Annapolis on Sunday to push drivers towards electric cars.The event kicked off National Drive Electric Week. “We know what climate change looks like in the…

UMD students, other activists rally for climate legislation in front of McKeldin Library

By Shreya Vuttaluru   09/25/21  
The sky was cloudless and clear blue. A slight breeze blew 13-year-old Erin Dalgliesh’s hair Friday afternoon as they sat on the steps in front of McKeldin Library at the University of Maryland, waiting to…

Montgomery County students take part in Global Climate Strike

By Randi Bass   09/24/21  
Environmental activist Greta Thunberg called on young people across the world to put climate change back in the spotlight, as part of her “Fridays for Future” Global Climate Strike on Friday. Students in our own…

Md. Environmental Chief Hails New EPA Climate Rule and State’s Role as a Pathfinder

By Josh Kurtz   09/24/21  
Maryland Environment Secretary Ben Grumbles on Thursday hailed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for new rules phasing out a class of super-polluting gases that are far more potent than carbon dioxide.

Roadway Floods in Maryland Caused More Than $15M in Economic Losses Last Year. These Projects Could Help

By Rosanne Skirble   09/22/21  
A new report puts a dollar value on what it means to get stuck on flooded roads in Maryland. In the first eight months of 2020, the economic cost of motorist and freight delays was…

Washington County commissioners OK solar farm change designed to protect agriculture

By Mike Lewis   09/15/21  
The Washington County commissioners Tuesday approved a zoning change to protect the area's best farmland from being developed into solar fields. The proposal has been months in the making and was the topic of public…

A bigger role for baby eels in preserving the Chesapeake Bay

By Nicole Asbury   09/15/21  
As states have been grappling with the impact of climate change, Maryland had a sign of hope — its American eel population in the Susquehanna River and Chesapeake Bay reached a record-high in recent years,…

Baltimore is hooking up a Black megachurch with some serious solar battery power

By Maria Gallucci   09/14/21  
Empowerment Temple, a predominantly Black megachurch in Baltimore’s Park Heights area, is a place neighbors can often go for free meals, school supplies, and drive-thru COVID-19 tests. Soon, they’ll also be able to visit the…

Md. Consumer Advocate Spotlights Utilities’ Links to Fossil Fuel Companies and Insurrectionists

By Josh Kurtz   09/08/21  
At first, it sounds like the typical arcana associated with the regulation of gas and electric utilities: The Maryland Office of People’s Counsel (OPC) last week intervened in a case before the Federal Energy Regulatory…

US Wind Announces Major Offshore Wind Progress

By uswind_admin   08/03/21  
Today, US Wind, Inc. (“US Wind”), Maryland’s leader in offshore wind development, announced major steps forward in the development of offshore wind energy for Maryland, including major labor agreements to support US Wind’s first major…

Developer of Ocean City wind farm plans Sparrows Point steel fabrication hub to serve expansion, larger industry

By Lorraine Mirabella   08/03/21  
A wind farm developer plans to bring steel production back to Sparrows Point, establishing a manufacturing hub to serve the growing wind energy industry that would start with a proposed expansion of offshore turbines in…

Montgomery County Council introduces plans to increase building energy standards

By Stephanie Lai   07/20/21  
The Montgomery County Council is considering a measure that would require existing buildings over 25,000 square feet to cut their greenhouse gas emissions as part of its larger effort to tackle climate issues in the…

Climate wreckage along Chesapeake fuels courtroom reckoning

By Maxine Joselow   07/16/21  
Jim Foster wonders if he should move away from this idyllic coastal community before the next storm. Foster, 63, has lived here on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay for nearly four decades. But he…

Regional Transportation Board Vote May Quash Hopes For Maryland Toll Lane Project On I-495/I-270

By Jordan Pascale   06/16/21  
The region’s Transportation Planning Board has voted to remove Maryland’s I-495/I-270 toll project from its long-term plans, putting the future of the project in question.

Maryland landfills pose bigger climate problem than previously thought

By Timothy B. Wheeler   06/16/21  
Throwing food away is more than wasteful. When it gets buried in a landfill, it generates methane, a climate-warming greenhouse gas many times more potent than carbon dioxide.

School bus fleet to go electric in Montgomery County, Maryland

By YCC Team   06/14/21  
Students in Montgomery County, Maryland, will soon have a cleaner, quieter ride to school. The local public school system is replacing 25 of its old diesel school buses with electric. And it plans to convert…

A power plant in Maryland ditches coal for batteries, a first for the US

By Julian Spector   06/14/21  
Coal plants are shutting down across the U.S., but one in Maryland is switching to battery power in what appears to be a nationwide first. If successful, the transition could kick off a trend with…

Md. Coal-Fired Power Plant Will Retire Five Years Early — Before Worker Retraining Kicks In

By Elizabeth Shwe   06/14/21  
The operator of the second largest coal-fired power plant in Maryland announced that the plant will retire next year, which is five years earlier than previously announced. GenOn Holdings plans to shut down two of…

Maryland AG: Strike Down Trump’s Low Vehicle-Emissions Standards

By Diane Bernard   06/04/21  
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) held a public hearing this week to reconsider letting states decide their own vehicle-emissions standards, and Maryland's attorney general supports the change. The Trump administration ended the federal Clean Air…

Winds of Change: Source of Power and Struggle

By Josh Kurtz   06/02/21  
In a nondescript building near BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, a glimpse of Maryland’s clean energy future is on vivid display. Climb up to the captain’s bridge on a replica of a Coast Guard cutter, but…

Big Oil Pushes Maryland County’s Climate Case to Federal Court

By Ellen M. Gilmer   05/28/21  
Another climate case against BP Plc and other oil giants is in federal court after industry lawyers transferred it from Maryland state court. Anne Arundel County, Md., must now make its case against oil and…

Here’s How to Get Clean Energy in DC, Maryland, and Virginia

With all the talk about renewable energy on the Hill and in the White House, many DC area residents are wondering how they can support the clean energy movement in their daily lives. Well, good…

Maryland Eyes Expansion of Geothermal Industry

By Elizabeth Shwe   05/18/21  
In an effort to reduce carbon emissions faster, Maryland lawmakers introduced a bill this year to promote the use of geothermal energy — one of the most efficient ways to heat and cool buildings —…

$1 million study races to save oysters from acidification in Bay

By Jeremy Cox   05/17/21  
When Bruce Vogt launched his oyster farm a decade ago, he opted to raise his bivalves in a creek near the mouth of the York River because of its exceptionally clean water. But he worries…

Supreme Court Gives Big Oil a Win in Climate Fight With Cities

By John Schwartz   05/17/21  
The Supreme Court handed a victory to fossil fuel companies on Monday in a major climate change case, but gave the industry far less than it had asked for.

After setting ambitious climate goals, a liberal Md. suburb struggles to take action

By Rebecca Tan   04/12/21  
When Marc Elrich led a 2017 effort by the Montgomery County Council to set some of the most ambitious climate goals in the country, he didn’t have a “a clear path” for how to reach…

Protestors gather at Montgomery County Executive’s home to demand climate action

By Randi Bass   03/24/21  
Around one dozen protestors gathered near Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich’s home in Takoma Park Wednesday morning, demanding climate action.

Polluters Making a Mockery of Maryland’s Commitment to Clean Energy

By Oahidur Islam Roman   03/23/21  
Why is Maryland’s clean energy law subsidizing wealthy out-of-state corporate polluters?

Opinion: Maryland is retreating on climate action

By Melvin Tull   03/17/21  
In his March 7 Local Opinions essay, “Who killed Montgomery County’s Community Solar?,” Maryland Del. Kumar P. Barve (D-Montgomery), chairman of the Environment & Transportation Committee, expressed dismay that the Montgomery County Council adopted a bill…

CPV plans 175-MW solar farm on former coal mine in Maryland

By Ivan Shumkov   03/17/21  
Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) will be seeking clearance to build a 175-MW solar farm on the site of a coal mine in Maryland that closed recently.

Environmental Bills — on ‘Black Liquor,’ Pollution Tracking and Composting — Move Forward in House

By Bennette Leckrone and Danielle E. Gaines   03/17/21  
Maryland lawmakers are looking to change the clean-energy classification of a controversial renewable energy source – but Republicans worry that doing so could drive up energy costs in the state.

Maryland Senate passes climate act by wide margin

By Timothy B. Wheeler   03/15/21  
The Maryland Senate voted Friday to ramp up Maryland’s efforts to fight climate change over the next decade, passing a sweeping bill that calls for a massive tree planting campaign along with more electric vehicles,…

Maryland Senate passes measure to fight climate change

By Brian Witte   03/12/21  
The Maryland Senate voted Friday for a package of steps to fight climate change by planting 5 million trees over 10 years, increasing energy efficient buildings and committing to more electric state vehicle use.

10 climate bills to watch in the Maryland General Assembly this session

By Christine Condon   03/10/21  
Numerous environmental bills are working their way through Maryland’s legislature this session, as lawmakers tout the urgency of acting to slow climate change.

Biden administration backs nation’s biggest wind farm off Martha’s Vineyard

By Dino Grandoni and Juliet Eilperin   03/09/21  
The Biden administration took a crucial step Monday toward approving the nation’s first large-scale offshore wind farm about 12 nautical miles off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., a project that officials say will launch…

Maryland school district replacing diesel school buses with electric

By Leighton Schneider   03/07/21  
Maryland's Montgomery County Public Schools announced a contract to replace its diesel buses with electric ones, starting with 326 electric buses over the next four years. It marks the single largest purchase of electric school buses…

Maryland bill would refine environmental justice commission

By Madison Hunt   03/06/21  
A bill in the Maryland Senate would reform a commission to reflect the diversity within the state and expand to help vulnerable communities affected by environmental justice issues.