Dec 9, 2019 6:00 p.m. | Brown Advisory 901 South Bond Street, Baltimore Join your peers, learn from trusted environmental advocates and plot your course for advocating in Maryland’s upcoming legislative session. You will leave this event with an expanded network of environmental peers and the tools you’ll need for navigating the pathways of Maryland’s
As the only conservation organization to focus on corporate contributions to biodiversity, employee engagement and community relations, we are in a unique position to offer the most relevant and timely insight into the issues facing corporate conservation today. Conservation Conference attendees range from corporate EHS and CSR executives to boots-on-the-ground technical professionals, all working together
Climate change is in the news constantly, and not in a good way. But the good news is that women are at the front lines of the innovative efforts to make our communities more resilient and to avoid some of the worst consequences. Learn from key leaders from government, the media, and nonprofits as they
One Montgomery Green and Brookside Gardens present a film series about the science of climate change, its impact on communities and what you can do. October 2: “Paris to Pittsburgh” — National Geographic Documentary — As the weather grows more deadly and destructive, Americans are demanding solutions to climate change — and they aren’t waiting
The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County (AHCMC), in collaboration with the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), is calling on artists and community organizations to help facilitate our community’s collective reflection about the state of our environment, particularly as it relates to climate change, waste reduction and water quality. Together, AHCMC and DEP
Guest blog written by Jen Hawse, climate activist, Partnership Manager with Island Press, and new Rockville homeowner. A version of this article also appears on Island Press’ blog. In 2007, I took part in the first Power Shift conference in DC. I was still in college and had just learned about what climate change is
In December 2017, the Montgomery County Council declared a Climate Emergency and pledged to reduce the County’s greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent by 2027 and by 100 percent by 2035. Meeting our climate goals will require radical changes in energy use, transportation, and consumption — and tremendous effort from all residents and businesses. Join us Saturday, September 14
New workgroups are Focused on Community Engagement/Education and Climate Adaptation/Sequestration – Apply by September 15, 2019 Montgomery County has launched a planning process to develop prioritized actions and strategies to meet its greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction goals of 80 percent by 2027 and 100 percent by 2035. The County has already formed three “technical
This article was written by Elle Myers and originally published in The Montgomery County Sentinel on August 8, 2019. Montgomery County’s Climate Planning Process Workgroups, which are tasked with coming up with a series of strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, held their first meeting on July 24. According to the county, more than 60
Submit your application by June 30, 2019 for consideration. Montgomery County is launching a planning process to develop prioritized actions and strategies to meet its greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction goals of 80 percent by 2027 and 100 percent by 2035. The County is seeking volunteers to serve on “technical workgroups” that will help in
Join The League of Women Voters of Montgomery County for a FREE forum on Climate Change in Maryland. The water is rising – what measures are being taken to protect Maryland. What are out lawmakers doing to protect our environment? What can we as citizens do? How do State efforts fit in with the world
A look at how two companies – Canon U.S. Life Sciences, Inc., a leading provider of consumer, business-to-business, and industrial digital imaging solutions, and Raffa P.C., a 30-year-old accounting firm (employees pictured above) – work to reduce their carbon footprints for the good of the planet as well as their businesses. This is the second
This week, Montgomery County Government became the first county in the nation to join the Subnational Global Climate Leadership (“Under2”) Coalition. The coalition is an international pact of cities, states and countries committed to limiting the increase in global average temperature to below 2 degrees Celsius, the level of potentially catastrophic consequences to the environment.
On June 5th, County Executive Ike Leggett joined more than 1,000 U.S. governors, county executives, mayors, businesses, investors, and colleges and universities in declaring their support for U.S. leadership in reducing carbon emissions. The leaders sent a strong signal to the international community and the 194 other parties to the Paris Agreement about their continued
Maryland without its famous Oriole? A Mid-Atlantic region with no bald eagles? The natural world wouldn’t be the same without these colorful, musical creatures in the skies. But it could be the reality in the next generation or two. A new report from the National Audubon Society shows that these bird species, and more than
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