The Maryland General Assembly is considering comprehensive climate bills in the House and Senate (SB528 and HB708, HB806 and HB831). In evaluating these bills, we must recognize not just the tangible and immediate benefits – such as cleaner air and healthier transportation options – but also the substantial costs of inaction if they do not pass. The longer we take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the more real and significant the costs and the impacts become.
Md. LCV Chief: What Is the Cost of Maryland’s Climate Inaction?
March 4, 2022