Maryland has issued $10 million in green energy subsidies to Baltimore’s Wheelabrat
(Washington, DC) – Today, Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund organizers descended on Washington, D.C.
For decades, the BRESCO trash incinerator has stood as the most recognizable welcome sign to Baltimore. But its towering smokestack is the least of the impacts it has on central Maryland. It burns waste from homes, businesses, schools, and institutions across central Maryland, and contributes significantly to local air pollution.
With the smokestack of Maryland’s largest trash-burning incinerator in the background, dozens of protesters held a rally on Friday in south Baltimore’s Carroll Park to demand either a shutdown or s
On September 21st, a group of Baltimore residents, local elected officials, and environmental advocates rallied in a str