In the world of climate related bills, it’s not often you hear of a legislative hearing that draws minimal opposition, or where labor and environmental groups agree to work toward the same goal. Somehow, that happened in Annapolis Thursday. Robin Clark from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation was the first to testify before the Senate’s Environmental Affairs Committee in favor of the Climate Solutions Now Act. It’s a wide-ranging bill that aims to eliminate greenhouse gases in Maryland by 2045.
A Strange Occurrence: Little Opposition To A Climate Bill
January 31, 2021