Fossil fuel pollution
Fossil fuel pollution is dirty and dangerous, threatening our health, the climate and our future.
The Latest on Fossil fuel pollution
You have the power: how to electrify your home with new tax credits
Gas stoves and your health: What you need to know to keep your family safe, healthy
Energy Conservation & Efficiency
New Report: Energy Efficiency for Everyone
Members of Congress urge consumer safety agency to move swiftly to protect Americans from gas stove pollution
Consumer safety official sets his sights on gas stove pollution
“Certified natural gas” is not a source of clean energy
Energy Efficiency for Everyone
How you can electrify your home
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SUSPECT A GAS PIPELINE LEAK
New report: How to supercharge EmPOWER Maryland
A new analysis from Maryland PIRG Foundation finds that Maryland's energy efficiency programs, while successful, could spark more energy savings, deliver more for low-income customers, and more adequately support the state’s climate goals.
Media release: Maryland PIRG holds ‘pollution-free cooking’ event
Induction cooking demo supplements presentation on federal home electrification incentives, research and gas stove health risks
Pollution Free Cooking for the Holidays
At this webinar we discussed the health impacts of cooking with gas and got an induction cooking demo from Chef Chris Galarza.
Pollution Free Cooking: how to make the switch from gas.
Induction stoves are efficient, fast, and precise. They are also safer and less harmful to indoor air quality than cooking with gas. The Inflation Reduction Act includes $4.5 billion in funding for states to provide rebates and tax credits for new electric appliances including stoves, cooktops, and wall ovens.
Rowhome explosion in Pigtown, Baltimore
A rowhome exploded in the Pigtown neighborhood of Baltimore less than a week after a similar explosion in Gaithersburg.