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Fuel-efficient Vehicles

Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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Cars that run on regular gas but get at least 35 mpg typically are smaller, less-expensive models. Fuel-efficient-vehicles include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla and Smart ForTwo. Prices range from $11,500 to $25,000.
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  • 'Green' gas plan offers climate-friendly home heating

    'Green' gas plan offers climate-friendly home heating
    (An earlier version of this post included incorrect information about Maryland Gas & Electric, its pricing and whether it offers a "green" gas plan involving carbon offsets. The Sun regrets the errors.) ---------------- (Another in an occasional...
  • Forecast calls for pain

    Forecast calls for pain
    Not long after President Barack Obama promised to fight climate change in his inaugural address, temperatures soared to 70 last week in Baltimore — in late January. Our weather continues to be unrecognizable. Last summer was the hottest ever...
  • Tips for a greener 2013

    Happy New Year! Many folks make resolutions on this day -- to lose weight, exercise more, spend less, get a new job.  Major life changes like that can seem pretty daunting.  For those thinking they'd like to live greener in 2013, here are a half-dozen...
  • Perry Hall: Visit train garden at Richardson's Farm Market and help sick children

    Perry Hall: Visit train garden at Richardson's Farm Market and help sick children
    Harrison Trains LLC presents a train garden at Richardson's Farm Market, 5900 Ebenezer Rd. in White Marsh. The second annual garden is noteworthy not just for the seasonal magic it conveys. It is the promise to deliver love and hope to ailing children...
  • Maryland is charged up about electric cars

    The author of the article, "5 reasons buyers don't charge ahead on electric vehicles," (Dec. 4) is clearly unaware of the numerous steps Maryland has taken under Gov. Martin O'Malley's leadership to create incentives and facilitate the adoption of...
  • Obama must lead on climate change

    In your editorial on Doha's failure ("Global climate talks stall — again," Dec. 11), you wrote: "The people who went to the polls last month knew which candidate favored stronger action in this arena and voted for him." We voted for President Barack...
  • Electric cars are taxpayer giveaways

    Letter writer Abigail Ross Hopper talks about offering incentives to stop using gasoline ("Maryland is charged up about electric cars," Dec. 12). Maryland gives an excise tax credit to buyers of electric plug-in vehicles and gives them up to a $400 income...
  • Green Day Celebration set for Saturday [Russett]

    On Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Green Committee is sponsoring its sixth annual Green Day Celebration, which is free at the Russett Community Center, surrounding parking lots and bathhouse. Green Committee members Jerry Lemmon, also a...
  • Rain tax was allowed to proceed unanswered [Letter]

    I read with interest Del. Stephen Lafferty's attack on our councilman, David Marks, who is questioning the new stormwater tax required for Baltimore County residents. Lafferty's attack was a cheap shot. Like others, I am glad that Councilman Marks is...
  • Test drive electric and hybrid cars at Green Day [Russett]

    Happy Earth Day! Monday, April 22, we celebrate Earth Day. Did you know the first Earth Day was held April 22, 1970, and in the 1990s it went global? No matter how big or small, we can all make a difference, not just on Earth Day but everyday....
  • Goucher researchers scrutinize city 'greening' plans

    Goucher researchers scrutinize city 'greening' plans
    Description: Baltimore has a per-person "ecological footprint" that is 13 percent higher than that of the average American, according to a study of local consumption habits led by a researcher at Goucher College. The measure takes into account how large...
  • Opposing gay marriage: It's not about hate

    Opposing gay marriage: It's not about hate
    Like many people I know, I am planning on voting against Question 6 this November, the amendment to Maryland law that would fundamentally change the definition of marriage in our state. I am planning on doing so because I believe marriage is a special...