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  • Increased carbon dioxide emissions are inevitable [Letter]

    Increased carbon dioxide emissions are inevitable [Letter]
    The Sun's recent editorial "Too much carbon, too little time" (Sept. 11) is in line with the global warming arguments which are based on forecasts rather than accumulated technical and political realities. The article states that CO2 levels are 142 percent higher today than before the Industrial Revolution which began about 1800. At that time there were 1 billion people in the world; today there are 7 billion; by 2050 there will be 9 billion and by 2100 there will be 12 billion. This is a 1,200 percent increase in population since 1800. Most of the increase in population will be in under-developed nations in Asia, Africa and South America.
  • Too much carbon, too little time [Editorial]

    Too much carbon, too little time  [Editorial]
    If increasingly extreme weather events around the world weren't alarming enough, the latest monitoring by the World Meteorological Organization shows last year was the worst ever for rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Their report released...

    State announces $2.3 million in grants to improve bike paths

    State announces $2.3 million in grants to improve bike paths
    The state has awarded more than $2 million in grants to improve bike paths across Maryland, including more than $80,000 to better connect West Baltimore with downtown. The new funding for the state's Bikeways Program was announced Friday by the...

    Catonsville Tree Canopy Project receives $10,000 grant from BGE

    Catonsville Tree Canopy Project receives $10,000 grant from BGE
    The Catonsville Tree Canopy Project's goal of planting 1,000 large trees in the area by 2020 recently received a boost from the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company. For the third year in a row, the local organization has received a grant from the...

    Nuclear power is indeed greener -- unless sea levels continue to rise [Letter]

    Nuclear power is indeed greener -- unless sea levels continue to rise [Letter]
    Commentator Dan Ervin's recent discussion of the region's need for nuclear power argues that green alternatives such as wind and solar power can't adequately meet our energy needs ("The nuclear option Aug. 26). He goes on to describe how green nuclear...