A federal court overturned a Trump administration rollback of a law protecting migratory birds and their habitats.
New environmental research has found that fertilizer and pesticide applications have replaced fossil fuels as the largest human source of sulfur in the environment.
Letter signed by more than 70 student and West Lafayette community groups asks Purdue President Mitch Daniels to begin conversation on guiding the university towards carbon neutrality goal.
The Great American Outdoors Act establishes a fund for maintenance and provides permanent funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Residents have 30-days to give opinions on the remediation plan for the Pike and Mulberry Streets Superfund Site
Government watchdog recommends creation of federal program to help Americans migrate from climate change-stricken areas
The GAO said the federal government should create a pilot program to help communities that will need to relocate because of climate change effects.
The EPA awarded Purdue University nearly $800,000 to research a computer model that helps determine chemical neurotoxicity.
Decision gives companies an extra year to continue storing coal ash in ponds, but loopholes could postpone pond closures until 2028.
Analysis of IU Hoosier Life Survey responses finds more Hoosiers of color believe climate change is happening and presents a risk than white Hoosiers.
Recent changes to one of the nation’s central environmental laws is predicted to negatively affect minorities.
A team of scientists and engineers has created ultra-small titanium dioxide crystals that could convert carbon dioxide into fuels.
Federal Appeals Court Upholds EPA Lake County Ozone Designation, Orders Redo of Porter County Designation
Court decides EPA must redo its pollution calculations for air designations in several Midwestern states, but keeps Lake County ozone “attainment” designation.
EPA, IDEM say remediation objectives met for some homes in USS Lead Superfund site, but some contamination questions remain .
Scientists Say “Forever Chemicals” Should Be Managed as a Chemical Class to Improve Human and Environmental Health
A group of scientists, including an IU environmental chemist, said thousands of PFAS chemicals should be treated as a single chemical class to improve efforts to reduce the chemicals’ harm to human health and the environment.
A Navy SEAL veteran has established a company that hopes to make the political campaign industry environmentally friendly.
The EPA has opened the 45-day public comment period for the proposed cleanup plan of an inactive power plant in Chesterton.
A climate scientist claims Facebook is restricting her ability to share research and fact-check posts with climate change misinformation.
Amidst alarming cancer cases, Martinsville residents rally to keep their water clean, decades after a dry-cleaning business polluted the city’s downtown
Farmer Brent Bible and farming group leaders testify in Senate committee reviewing Sen. Braun’s Growing Climate Solutions Act
Researchers found that millions more Americans are threatened by flooding than suggested by government estimates.
NIPSCO announced it delayed work to close five coal ash ponds at its Michigan City Generating Station until spring 2021.
The maker of Roundup agreed to a $10 billion payment to settle tens of thousands of lawsuits filed against it.