Robin Ford, of Robin Ford Building & Remodeling in Hampstead, attended the Green Home Building A-Z Conference on Feb. 11, presented by the Maryland Building Industry Association's Green Building Council.
November has been a good-news/bad-news month for the climate struggle. The U.S. and China just inked an historic agreement to limit greenhouse gas emissions, but that accord is imperiled by the American electorate.
Fliers arriving to the Baltimore region this holiday season may notice smoother descents into BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, while residents in Towson and other area suburbs might hear a bit less noise overhead.
The Republicans are euphoric about their recent election victory and Democrats counter touting lower unemployment numbers under their leadership. However neither Congress nor the president will touch our actual problems: flawed debt and trade policies.
The next two years will be game-changing for climate change policies in Maryland and around the world. Now is the time for those Marylanders who want action to make their voices heard by calling, visiting or writing their state legislators and Congress members.