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O’Malley asks for climate change info

Gov. Martin O’Malley is asking Marylanders to provide input on how the federal government can best assist the state in planning for and responding to climate change.

O’Malley is a member of President Obama’s Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience, charged with advising the president as to how federal agencies can best help states and communities understand, prepare for and reduce the impacts of climate change.

Participants can contribute to one or more of the following climate-related survey topics: Disaster Recovery and Resilience; Built Systems: Transportation, Water, Energy and Facilities Infrastructure; Natural Resources and Agriculture; Communities: Human Health, Community Development; and Information, Data, Tools and Resource.

To provide input or for more information, visit dnr.state.md.us/climatechange/surveys/index.asp.