Maryland’s environmental literacy standards won an international award today from the World Future Council.
The temperature of water at the surface of the Chesapeake Bay is increasing more rapidly than the air temperature, new research concludes.
The largest animals to have ever lived on Earth, blue whales maintain their enormous body size by optimizing the energy they gain from the krill they eat.
An environmental advocacy group partners with schools in jacksonville, Fla., to provide field trips on a river for the city’s poorest students.
A program aimed at Md. educators strives to improve their understanding of the ecosystem and economy of the Chesapeake Bay.
Two students from Broadneck HS in Annapolis won a video contest for The World of 7 Billion population education program.
The frequency of harmful algal blooms in the Chesapeake Bay has been increasing over the past 20 years, thanks to excess nitrogen runoff.
The move is a victory for Shell & the petroleum industry. Environmentalists warn that any accident could lead to a catastrophe.
48 schools and 9 school districts were honored today with the National Green Ribbon award from the US Department of Education.
Our home page has a new background picture as of Jan 11, a photo we hope calls attention to environmental literacy in Maryland and across the country.