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The Sierra Club is a national environmental advocacy organization with more than 60 chapters, including at least one for every state in the US. The Maryland Chapter of the Sierra Club focuses on protecting the state's natural and wildlife resources, monitoring legislation, sponsoring outings, and educating the public about pressing environmental issues. The Chapter is also home to local Groups that operate at the county and city level throughout the state.
On July 16 the Maryland Public Service Commission issued an order that will vault the state into a national leadership position on energy efficiency. Responding to advocacy by the Sierra Club and a coalition of energy efficiency advocates represented by Earthjustice (Coalition), as well as the Maryland Energy Administration, and the Maryland Office of People’s Counsel, the Commission's order requires the state's utilities to achieve annual energy savings through their energy efficiency programs ramping up to 2 percent incremental savings per year—putting Maryland on par with nation-leading states like Massachusetts, California, and Vermont. Read More>>
Protecting our parks, one invasive species at a time
Check out this video from our recent office invasive species outing, where we removed 10 truckloads of invasive bamboo from College Park Woods neighborhood park.
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