The invasive spotted lanternfly, thought to have come to the U.S. in a shipment of stones from Asia around 2014, has descended upon Pennsylvania in the hundreds of thousands.
Purdue University will receive just under $1 million in grant money from the Environmental Protection Agency for research on reducing a group of synthetic chemicals in drinking water.
Indiana is home to some of the tallest wind turbines in the country, according to a database of the country’s turbines.
Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus has been detected in three horses and one group of mosquitos in Elkhart County, state health officials report.
The Affordable Clean Energy rule is expected to increase air pollution, resulting in more premature deaths.
The University of Cambridge has removed beef and lamb from its menus and replaced them with plant-based products.
Toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl, or PFAS, chemicals have been found in the drinking water of several schools in Stow, Massachusetts, about 21 miles west of Boston.
Three individuals have been arrested on charges of disaster fraud, accused of stealing more than $1.8 billion in disaster relief funds that were intended to help rebuild Puerto Rico’s power grid.
Rule would benefit oil and gas industries while allowing the release of a greenhouse gas 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide
A survey from WFYI, published August 31, found that Indiana approaches forestry in a similar manner to other industry professionals in North America.
The Equinor South Riding Point oil facility on Grand Bahama admitted to releasing an unknown amount of oil into the surrounding area during Hurricane Dorian.
A team of scientists from the National Institute of Technology at Mexico’s University of Veracruz have discovered 310 miles of coral reefs in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has offered to pay individuals for seed collection if the seeds meet the DNR’s standards.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is accepting applications for Pollution Prevention Program grant funds
By delving into this history, modern-day Hoosiers can also explore important environmental questions regarding these sites.
As Hurricane Dorian hits the eastern coast of Florida this week, toxic coal ash may be spread to local water systems.
Scientists have discovered that Rapture Reef, a renowned coral reef northwest of the Hawaiian Islands, is gone.
Researchers have discovered that air pollution can accelerate emphysema of the lung as rapidly as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day.
A new U.N. study has found that, in order to curb the damage done by climate change, humans must change the way they grow food and raise livestock.
On Aug. 18, a collapse in wastewater infrastructure spilled an estimated 2 million gallons of untreated sewage into the Flint River.