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April 16, 2024

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Maryland: State Met 2020 GHG Emission Goal, but Behind on 2030
Maryland surpassed its greenhouse gas emission-reduction goal for 2020, according to the final data released by the state Department of the Environment.
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Reducing GHG Emissions from Transport, Industry Seen as Key in Md.
The Maryland Climate Change Commission discussed efforts to expand public transportation and reduce emissions from cement manufacturing at a recent meeting.
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Maryland Climate Change Comm. Chasing New State Law’s Ambitious Goals
Maryland faces a steep climb to meet its new emissions-reduction goal of 60% below 2006 levels by 2031. A plan for reaching the goal is due next spring.
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Maryland Green Buildings Bill To Be Based on Commission Report
Maryland's commercial and multifamily buildings would be forced to eliminate carbon emissions and new buildings would be all-electric under coming legislation.
Maryland Commission on Climate Change
Maryland Looking at New, All-electric Building Code
A Maryland Climate Change Commission working group recommends ordering the state's Building Code Administration to adopt an all-electric construction code.
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Maryland Consumers May Pay High Heating Costs to Cut Building Emissions
Maryland is looking at challenges of different pathways to building decarbonization, while Montgomery County explores solutions in energy performance standards.
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Maryland Looks at Pathways to Net Zero Buildings by 2045
Maryland has several “feasible pathways” to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from its buildings by 2045, according to a study presented to stakeholders.

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