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Baltimore has a higher rate of premature deaths from air pollution than any other city in the country
Chesapeake Chapter has co-signed a letter to Governor O'Malley asking the state to take greater protections to address air quality problems caused by coal-fired power plants in the Baltimore area.
Chesapeake Chapter has submitted comments to the state on the draft Best Management Practices for hydraulic fracturing. We were highly critical of the state’s decision to establish best practices before conducting studies of hydraulic fracturing’s possible impacts on Marylanders’ health and of the proposed imposition of a "medical gag rule" in Maryland.
Baltimore, MarylandMeetup to Discuss Coal Pollution
Chesapeake PSR, Sierra Club and Baltimore Green Works Meetup to discuss dirty air in Baltimore.
Baltimore, MarylandMarch 20 Climate and Public Health Seminar and Discussion
A discuss on the science of climate change and the public health consequences that could come from a changing climate.
Poolesville, MarylandPublic Health and Climate Change: The Truth is More than Just Inconvenient
Professor Sara Via of the University of Maryland will discuss the science behind climate change and how climate change will affect all aspects of human life -- social, political and economic -- in the 21st Century.