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Alliance Launched To Save Bees

Sixty-five chefs, restaurant owners and other culinary leaders joined us to launch the Bee Friendly Food Alliance. Through the Alliance, chefs and restaurateurs are calling attention to the importance of bees to our food supply, the dramatic die-off of bee populations, and the need to protect our pollinators. LEARN MORE.

Report | Environment Maryland

2012 Legislative Agenda

Environment Maryland’s Legislative Agenda for 2012: restore the Chesapeake Bay, repower Maryland with clean energy, reduce global warming pollution, protect MD from natural gas drilling, preserve open spaces, and improve Marylanders’ quality of life.

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News Release

Nuclear Power Plants Threaten Drinking Water for 200,000 Marylanders

The drinking water for 200,000 people in Maryland could be at risk of radioactive contamination from a leak or accident at a local nuclear power plant according to a new report called Too Close to Home: Nuclear Power and the Threat to Drinking Water released by Maryland PIRG Foundation (Maryland PIRG) and Environment Maryland Research and Policy Center.

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Report | Environment Maryland Research & Policy Center

Too Close to Home: Nuclear Power and the Threat to Drinking Water

The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, which took place in March 2011, delivered a reminder to the world that nuclear power comes with inherent risks. In the United States, 49 million Americans receive their drinking water from surface sources located within 50 miles of an active nuclear power plant —inside the boundary the Nuclear Regulatory Commission uses to assess risk to food and water supplies.

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News Release | Environment Maryland

Broad Coalition Applauds Governor O’Malley’s Offshore Wind Legislation Today

A broad coalition of civic, environmental, faith, and business groups today applauded Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley’s introduction of legislation to incentivize the development of offshore wind power along the state’s coastline.

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News Release | Environment Maryland

Maryland First to Implement New Energy Standards To Save Homeowners Hundreds and Reduce Energy Use and Pollution

Buyers of new homes will save hundreds of dollars each year on energy bills as a result of newly updated state building energy standards that went into effect on Sunday.

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