Environmental advocates urged Maryland regulators Monday to reinstate a rule withdrawn by the Hogan administration that would require power plants to curtail their smog-forming pollution or shut down.
Americans may be the world's biggest wasters of food, but if so, they're not about to own up to it. A recent national survey done for the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future found the vast majority profess to tossing out relatively little.
The energy of offshore wind is beginning to be felt in Maryland long before any of the giant turbines have been planted off the coast.
A federal appeals court has refused to halt construction of a liquefied natural gas export facility in southern Maryland while it weighs a legal challenge to the project's approval.
Baltimore County residents have another chance to speak up about a controversial natural gas pipeline that was recently halted in mid-construction by a court ruling.
Maryland is mostly on track to do its part in the Chesapeake Bay cleanup, but Pennsylvania is lagging badly, according to federal officials.
Now for some good news about Baltimore: The city has earned top marks from a national nonprofit organization for its efforts to make the community more sustainable and resilient.
Two environmental groups filed suit Thursday against Gov. Larry Hogan and his administration for blocking a clean-air regulation developed by his predecessor that would have required coal-burning power plants in Maryland to curb their emissions of smog-forming pollution.