Environment

The Environmental Huddle works on a wide range of issues, including increasing clean energy use and reducing waste in Maryland. To receive information about our next meeting and upcoming events, email marylandwisewomen@gmail.com.

Time to freak out about climate change! We need to pass the Clean Energy Jobs Act!
The Intergovermental Panel on Climate Change has given the world about a decade to reverse the worst effect of a
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Please defend our forests
From Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Bulldozers are primed and ready to destroy more than 200 acres of Maryland’s highest-value, contiguous forest.
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Urgent – Call your Senator TODAY to support the Clean Energy Jobs Act
It’s time to Combat Climate Change!  Maryland is one of the county’s most vulnerable states because of our 3000 miles
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Tell your Representative to ban Dow’s toxic brain-damaging pesticide chlorpyrifos TODAY!
Take action now: Tell your Representative to ban Dow’s toxic brain-damaging pesticide chlorpyrifos TODAY! In our food, kids are exposed
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Please make these calls TODAY to ban EPS foam in Maryland!
Maryland could be the first state to ban single use EPS Foam containers! a statewide ban on foam food service
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Support Oyster restoration work crucial to the health of the Bay
When Captain John Smith first explored the Chesapeake in 1608, he wrote that oysters “lay thick as stones.” But this
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Trump’s proposal to limit the Clean Water Act and remove protections for some wetlands. Learn more.
From the Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Yesterday, the Chesapeake Bay cleanup effort was dealt yet another blow. The Environmental Protection Agency
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We NEED the Clean Energy Jobs Act. Please show up for the environment 2/18 at 4pm.
The Clean Energy Jobs Act is one of Maryland’s answers to combating climate change. It would commit us to 50%
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Please speak for the trees!
From the Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Today, deliberations are starting in Annapolis on three bills that would help protect one of
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