As global temperatures increase, climates change in varying ways. Extreme weather events, like hurricanes, forest fires, tornadoes, flooding, drought, rising sea levels, and more danger all are attributed to warming climates. The effects of a warming planet have already been experienced and do not discriminate. Mia is a strong advocate of the environment and seeks to protect Maryland's air, waterways, and shores.
Investing in our infrastructure means investing in our communities. We must build new infrastructure to transition to a more sustainable and eco-friendly world. Not only would it be better for the planet, but it would create countless jobs that provide a living-wage. We can bring people back to work by employing Marylanders to build these infrastructure projects and rebuild and restore equity in our middle class.
The wildlife of our islands, waterways, and beaches must be protected from pipelines, deforestation for development, and pollution. Therefore, we will not support any offshore drilling projects and will actively fight to prevent offshore drilling from damaging our shores. We will not allow a Delvarma Pipeline to happen and will not enable manufactures to pollute our waterways.
Our current infrastructure is crumbling, and we need to invest in clean technologies, and sustainable manufacturing, buildings, roads, and bridges. This not only helps us meet energy demands, but it also creates lots of high paying jobs.
The Chesapeake Bay is a national treasure and is vital for our economy and way of life. We must protect our waters and the environment from further pollution and work to restore the bay to its natural wonder. Mia fully supports the Chesapeake Bay Foundation in its efforts to preserve and save the bay.
To restore Obama-era environmental protections that safeguard our air and water. This includes reinstating the methane pollution rule to limit existing oil and gas projects from releasing harmful pollutants.
While the Climate Catastrophe does not discriminate, the effects are felt harder in communities of color. Systematically denied a healthy environment and the resources to ameliorate the damages, these communities bear the brunt of unsustainable industry. The transition to a sustainable environment must not leave affected communities behind to suffer.
Pair regulations with subsidies to speed up the adoption of achieving 100% clean energy by 2035 and de-carbonizing the electric sector. Switching to renewable energy sources like wind and solar energies.
Set standards for fuels and emissions and boost consumer demand for zero-emission vehicles. Create a program to replace old cars with fuel-efficient cars and create tax credits for sustainable vehicles and infrastructure. We will join others to ensure we stop producing fuel vehicles by 2035.
Link energy and pollution standards to federal support for new construction projects. Eliminate all fossil fuel use in new and renovated federal buildings to attain 100% zero-carbon pollution for all new commercial and residential buildings.
Our shores, farms, and bridges are vital to our communities. The wildlife that of our islands, waterways, and beaches must be protected from pipelines, deforestation for development, and pollution. Therefore, we will not support any offshore drilling projects and will actively fight to prevent offshore drilling from damaging our shores. We will not allow a Delvarma Pipeline and we will not enable manufactures to pollute our waterways. We must restore EPA protections such as The Methane Pollution Rule to keep our waterways and air clean.