This session offers a panoramic view of policies and practices that are gaining traction in Maryland and leading toward a Zero Waste society. We will hear from Brenda Platt of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and Mike Ewall of Energy Justice Network, on trends in incineration, composting, recycling, etc. and their work with specific Maryland communities.
With environmental protections under attack at the federal level, how have Maryland legislators responded this year? Proposed bills to increase our renewable energy mandate, eliminate polystyrene for food containers, raise community accountabilit
All funders with an interest in environment, community greening, sustainability, climate change, and food systems are invited to join the Green Funders to brainstorm issues for 2018 programs and to share with colleagues their favorite projects and
When population vulnerability coincides with a pattern of pollution exposure, we call it environmental injustice. How do we objectively identify such cases?
With environmental protections under attack at the federal level, how have Maryland legislators responded?
Environmental funders are aware of the need to diversify the movement and build support, especially in urban centers. Protecting our environment depends on having a robust and diverse grassroots base.
All Maryland Philanthropy Network members with interests in urban greening, climate change, community resiliency, conservation, environmental protection, and sustainability are invited to participate in this meeting.