Offshore wind blows into Maryland during the 2013 Legislative Session. Thank you to all the Coalition members, supporters, and volunteers who helped bring the winds of change.
Maryland faces devastating and far-reaching climate change impacts like more severe storms, increased flooding risk and property damage, and threats to the human health, especially of our children and our elders.
For more information on becoming a member of the Maryland Climate Coalition, contact us at email@example.com
The Maryland Clean Energy Advancement Act of 2015 (HB 377/SB 373) would raise our commitment to clean electricity like wind and solar to 25% by 2020. Passing this bill will put us on a trajectory to double our clean energy to 40% by 2025.