The future of wind power in Maryland, and Tom Horton on rising sea level

What’s the future of wind power in Maryland?

As the legislative session in Annapolis comes to a close, our legislators are still debating the future of a proposal to bring offshore wind power to Maryland. Today we’ll bring you a debate over the future of wind power in Maryland. Proponents of the plan argue that it’s Maryland’s best hope for moving away from fossil fuels and building a new green economy, while opponents argue that wind power is more expensive and less environmentally beneficial than many proponents are claiming.

Joining us are:
Brad Heavner, State Director of Environment Maryland
Jay Hancock, Business Columnist for the Baltimore Sun

To read Jay Hancock’s article about wind power in Maryland, click here.

Tom Horton on rising sea levels on Delmarva

What will climate change mean for the Delmarva coastline? It’s possible that today’s waterfront property will be under the ocean in a few decades.

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