Fuel leak in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor traced to faulty State Center generator; contamination lingers
A mysterious leak of red-dyed fuel into the Jones Falls has ended, and investigators traced it to a faulty generator at the State Center office complex, but the contamination is lingering in the Inner Harbor.
Ever since the federal license allowing it to operate the Conowingo Dam expired in 2014, Exelon Corp. has fought updated permit requirements that would better protect affected waterways and aquatic life for the next 50 years.
Environmental groups and some rural Maryland officials are calling on federal regulators to reject the deal that the state has reached with the owner of the Conowingo Dam.
Now in the face of climate change and a seemingly rapid increase in sea level rise, Annapolis officials have a plan to stay dry.
Maryland officials pledge to sue EPA if it doesn’t affirm it will enforce Chesapeake Bay cleanup plan
EHN reporter takes second place prize in the Association of Health Care Journalists’ national contest
Pittsburgh reporter Kristina Marusic was honored for her 2019 work covering environmental health in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing environmental destruction and the deterioration of social and cultural systems into sharp focus. But we can learn from this.
Big-picture thinker Nate Hagens on the opportunities and constraints we face confronting coronavirus. His advice: Find your better self and play a role.
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