Maryland's Climate Pollution Reduction Plan

​​Writing the Climate Pollution Reduction Plan has been a thorough and transparent process undertaken by MDE's Climate Change Program staff.  This key deliverable has now been adopted by the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE), informed by thousands of Marylanders' input and the Pathway report published in June. Thank you to all who participated. 


Modeling for the State's Climate Plan
Climate Plan Data
Economic Impact Analysis​
Methane Measurement and Monitoring​
Forestry and Land Use Modeling
MD Dept of Transportation's (MDOT) Plan
​​MDOT Strategy Definitions and Assumptions​
MDOT Emiss​io​ns Inventory and Modeling

For past reports, please click here

Confronting climate change represents another chance for Maryland to lead. We can be a leader in wind technology, in grid electrification, and clean transit.

We will protect our Chesapeake Bay, and address the toxic ai​r pollution that chokes our cities. And we will put Maryland on track to generate 100 percent clean energy by 2035 ​— creating thousands of jobs in the process.
           - Governor Wes Moore​​

Here are the slides used to present the Maryland Climate Pollution Reduction Plan.


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