Tribal and environmental groups have filed lawsuits challenging a Trump administration rule that weakened methane emission regulations.
BP, the company formerly known as British Petroleum, said demand for oil may have reached its peak and faces a decades-long decline.
Agency announces it will no longer regulate rain-dependent streams as part of its federal water quality certification
The DoD said the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a delay in finding a replacement for PFAS firefighting foam.
Devices designed to illegally defeat federal emissions controls on diesel vehicles are spreading across the U.S., according to a new investigation.
The leader of the Roman Catholic Church said that the coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated how the earth can recover if allowed to rest.
Environmental groups seek more conservation after the establishment of two new Indiana state forests
Gov. Eric Holcomb recently established two new state forests in Morgan and Brown Counties from land that was already part of state forests.
The president of Mexico announced Mexico will phase out the use of glyphosate in the country by the end of his administration in late 2024.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a proclamation recognizing the week of Sep. 21 through 25 as Clean Energy Week in the state.
EPA Region 5 Refutes Internal Watchdog Report Finding Possible Major Issues in EPA Region 5 Record Keeping
EPA’s Region 5 refutes an OIG report that found “lack of effective internal controls” in record keeping that could affect litigation and information requests.
Indianapolis Power & Light Co. Settles Lawsuit Alleging Clean Air Act Violations at Petersburg Plant
IPL agrees to pay $1.5 million to settle claims the company failed to take measures to reduce emissions for sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, particulate matter and sulfuric acid mist.
Hawaii officials will leave undetonated World War II ordnance found near the Molokini Shoal in place until a non-explosive removal option is found.
Gov. Eric Holcomb appointed four new members to a board that approves grants for waste reduction and recycling programs in Indiana.
Michigan will pay $600 million to settle a lawsuit brought by thousands of Flint residents supplied with lead-tainted drinking water.
A La Porte man pleaded guilty to distributing unregistered pesticides from China to apartment tenants.
The EPA will hold a virtual public meeting about a plan to clean up contaminated soil at a former manufacturing shop on Indianapolis' Near East Side.
IDEM inspectors found “unsatisfactory” effluent sample collection and handling methods at ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor steel mill and Merrillville lab testing the samples.
EPA administrator said rules were “ineffective,” while critics argue the move jeopardizes public health.