Maryland Gazette: Clergy push for Maryland offshore wind farms

Feb 15, 2012 | In the News, National Press Clips

Pointing to health and environmental effects of air and water pollution from coal-burning power plants, the group of 36 church officials who live or work in Prince George’s were rallied by Interfaith Power & Light to urge county legislators on the Senate Finance and House Economic Matters committees to support the governor’s revised attempt to get wind power into Maryland. “We see the benefits far outweighing the costs of lost lives, and entire communities suffering the impacts,” said The Rev. Kip Banks.

Full Article

Margie Hyslop, 13 February 2012

Find Your State

Locate IPL programs, activitities, and resources in your state.

Take Action

Write Congress, sign petitions, and support stronger EPA standards NOW

Get Updates

Join our e-mail list to stay up to date

Donate Now

Help IPL mobilize people of faith to steward Creation

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This