July 25th, 2013
Participants discuss actions Maryland is taking to address the impacts of climate change
BALTIMORE, MD - Governor Martin O'Malley hosted hundreds of scientists, business leaders, environmental advocates and community activists today at a climate change summit to celebrate the release of Maryland's Greenhouse Gas Reduction Act Plan (the Plan) and discuss how Marylanders can take action to help the State reach its goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 25 percent by 2020.
"Climate change is not an ideological issue any more than gravity is: it's not about whether we move left or right, but whether we make the right choices for Marylanders. As severe weather events continue to grow in size and impact, and elongated trends of poor air quality ...