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The Guardian

Mountaintop mining should be banned for causing vast and permanent destruction to US environment and exposing its people to serious health consequences such as birth defects, a new study says today

The Salisbury Daily Times

As we embark on the first week of a new year, it's a good time to review a few of our accomplishments from last year.

The Easton Star Democrat

EASTON - A consortium of scientists, policy makers and advocates are urging the Obama Administration and the Bay states to adopt 24 new initiatives to restore the Chesapeake Bay.

The Baltimore Sun B'More Green Blog

Senior Chesapeake Bay scientists and former policymakers joined with environmental activists Wednesday to call for bold and "drastic" measures to restore the ailing estuary, including mandat

WJZ (Baltimore) Television

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ/AP) ― "Act now, or the Chesapeake Bay will die." Those are words from a group of scientists and policy makers.

Newschannel 8 (DC)

Tuesday, the Environmental Protection Agency stepped up efforts to restore the Chesapeake Bay.

The Associated Press

A coalition of former governors, congressmen, scientists and others sent the Obama Administration their proposed Chesapeake Bay restoration strategy, a plan much tougher than the one being developed b

WBAL (Baltimore) Radio

A panel is recommending what it calls drastic regulations to help clean up the Chesapeake Bay.

NPR's All Things Considered

After two decades of raising chickens at her farm on Maryland's eastern shore, Carole Morison quit last year, in part because she was tired of polluting the Chesapeake Bay.

The Annapolis Capital

Road salt may help melt snow and ice and keep streets and highways clear, but it also can harm fish and critters in freshwater streams.