State Should Prioritize Climate-Conscious Policies, Fund Mass Transit May 11, 2020

Nishanth Khanna, MD, Chesapeake PSR | Maryland Matters

When 99% of climate scientists conclude that ensuring the inhabitability of our planet requires a “world war” level of mobilization to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we should heed their warning and follow their policy roadmap, which includes substantially increasing our investment in mass transit.

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