Methane in Maryland: 

Landfills & What You Can Do

In 2019, a report by the world’s leading scientists found that to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change, the world must cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half in just ten short years. Given the urgent need for climate action, Maryland and other states must do all they can to reduce short-lived climate pollutants, like methane, that have an outsized warming effect over a relatively short period of time. In Maryland, 39% of methane emissions come from municipal solid waste landfills. Thankfully, we have a real chance to limit these emissions.

Join us as we discuss how we can work together to ensure Maryland institutes strong regulations to cut emissions and improve community health across the state!

WHEN: Thursday, October 28th, 7:30PM 
WHERE: Virtually via Zoom! RSVP here to be emailed the Zoom details.
WHO: Marylanders who care about cutting climate emissions! 

RSVP today!

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