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Death by a Thousand Cuts

Our nation’s parks have been called “America’s best idea,” and represent the rugged and resilient spirit of our natural heritage. They offer us endless recreational opportunities, provide critical habitat for local wildlife, and protect the sources of fresh drinking water for communities all across the country. As a result, their popularity with the public is at an all-time high, and visitor numbers continue to rise.

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News Release | Environment Maryland Research & Policy Center

Death by a Thousand Cuts

Baltimore, MD – As Congress approaches another deadline on the federal budget, a new Environment Maryland Research & Policy Center analysis, entitled Death by a Thousand Cuts, exposes the challenges facing places like the George Washington Memorial Parkway and Antietam Battlefield as a result of mounting funding cuts to the National Park Service.

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News Release | Environment Maryland

Maryland Takes Action to Reduce Climate-Altering Carbon Pollution

Annapolis, MD—On January 6th, the State of Maryland finalized improvements to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a pioneering effort to clean up climate-altering carbon pollution from power plants. The new rules, just published in the Maryland Register, will reduce power plant pollution in the region by 15 percent with the decade.

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News Release | Environment Maryland

Massive Conservation Coalition Calls for Bold Action to Advance Offshore Wind Power

Baltimore, MD--With critical federal tax incentives set to expire on December 31, several local, state and national organizations joined Environment Maryland, the National Wildlife Federation , and over 230 other organizations and elected officials Wednesday to urge the Obama administration to take swift, bold action to facilitate the development of offshore wind power, such as the offshore wind legislation that Governor O’Malley and Maryland advocates helped to make a reality this past year. 

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Open Letter to Governor O'Malley to Protect the Bay

We are writing to you, Maryland’s three top elected leaders, to express our disappointment and concern with the recent, and repeated, delay in adopting the now long overdue, science-based Phosphorus Management Tool (PMT) regulation.

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