Archive for 'Chesapeake Bay Beat & Environment'
Langston Majette is Maryland’s modern renaissance man. He’s a pilot, a fisherman, a great cook, and prolific YouTuber.
The only tall ship left in the U.S. military is the Coast Guard's USS Eagle. Its home port for years has been London, Connecticut but that's all about to change as she now calls Charm City home.
The nation’s largest clean vehicle awareness event kicked off Friday on the National Mall with an exhibit featuring automotive technology and industry solutions.
Thousands of schools across the country teamed up to inspire parents and children to walk to school in honor of National Walk to School Day.
Some Baltimore City kids are getting a chance to become the next generation of "green" pioneers, thanks to a generous donation from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Floodplain maps have been redrawn by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware, a change that could shift properties into or out of a flood risk zone.
Rosh Hashanah this year will mark the last in a seven-year cycle, called the "shmita," which for Jewish farmers means a year-long sabbatical during which the land is left fallow — no tilling, no planting and no harvesting. Although compliance with the shmita is mandated by the Torah for the land of Israel only, Jewish farmers in Maryland have planned ways to observe the year of rest.
A large percentage of Maryland’s air pollution could be reduced after the Supreme Court ruled last month that the EPA has the authority to regulate emissions that cross state borders.
Environmentalists will seek to free up state funds for renewable energy resources by excluding “black liquor” from the list of renewable energy sources eligible for state subsidies, after an effort to do so failed this year.