The Maryland Commission on Climate Change reported out this Tuesday. The main recommendation: reduce Maryland global warming pollution 90% by 2050.
“The climate crisis is real, and while it threatens our shorelines today, its causes and symptoms threaten life on our planet in the generations ahead unless we act,” Governor Martin O’Malley
Note that O’Malley has yet to be formally briefed on the plan and has not (yet) signed up to it.
Released on the second day of Bali, this 61-page report calls for some meaningful measures and targets. These include:
- 25% GHG emissions reduction by 2020 (like California)