Filed under: Events, News | Tags: Baltimore Bus, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, Circle of Support For Offshore Wind
Rally For Offshore Wind!
Circle Of Support For Offshore Wind
Monday, April 2nd, 2012, 7PM
Lawyer’s Mall, 100 State Circle, Annapolis
Speakers will include business leaders, fatith leaders public health advocates, legislators and more.
Please come join hundreds of Marylanders on Monday night April 2nd, 2012 as we form a “Circle of Support” around the Maryland State House in Annapolis to encourage lawmakers to embrace offshore wind power.
We’re going to make it super easy for you to get to Annapolis by chartering buses from Baltimore, Montgomery County and Prince George’s County. One 56-seat bus will be chartered from each area. Plus, riders get a free “Wind Works” t-shirt and healthy snacks for the trip! After completing this registration page, click on the link to reserve your seat! Suggested fare of $5 dollars per passenger requested.
Filed under: Wind Power | Tags: Baltimore Wind Power Forum, Chesapeake Climate Action Network, Maryland Offshore Wind
Wind Power For Maryland
Town Hall Forum: Maryland Offshore Wind Power
Wind Power Forum
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011, 7-9pm
St. Mark’s Church
1900 St. Paul Street
Contact: Keith Harrington, email@example.com
From Chesapeake Climate Action Network:
On behalf of the Marylanders for Offshore Wind Coalition, we would like to invite you to join Baltimore City’s constituents and an array of local organizations and businesses for a town hall forum on Maryland offshore wind power. With offshore wind, we have a great opportunity to create jobs, improve health and stabilize electricity prices for many years to come. Offshore wind energy can be a reality right here in Maryland, but first we need to pass legislation that sets the stage for private industry to start building. And that’s why we’re holding this town hall in Senator Pugh’s District.
The forum will focus on educating Baltimore City constituents about the legislative initiative to promote the construction of an offshore wind farm off the coast of Maryland. To address the many issues connected to the proposal, from public health and the environment, to jobs and economic impacts we are assembling an array of expert speakers to participate in a discussion panel.
To learn more about Chesapeake Climate Action Network and the forum, CLICK HERE.