IDEM report finds ArcelorMittal reanalyzed water samples from Aug. 2019 chemical spill to avoid reporting violations
Researchers have discovered indicators of Australian brushfire smoke in nearly every ocean basin across the globe.
A new proposal would make it easier for federal agencies to start infrastructure projects without taking environmental impacts into account.
The NAACP is encouraging Indiana chapters to evaluate how utility and fossil fuel companies are responding to environmental justice issues.
Solar United Neighbors and City of Indianapolis to help 20 low- and middle-income homes transition to solar power at no cost
A report has found that the actions of communities, businesses and other entities can work to significantly reduce emissions.
A cottage on the shores of Lake Michigan has tumbled down a bluff and into the lake, thanks to more rapid and severe shoreline erosion.
The EPA has appointed a new Region 5 administrator to oversee the agency’s business in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
New report: EPA redundancy is wasting tax dollars and harming agency's ability to prepare for natural disasters.
The budget for the state's environmental management agency has been reduced by approximately $35 million in the last decade.
Drops in natural population increases and international migration have caused the nation’s population growth to slow down for the fourth year in a row.
Jim Beam Brands Co. was fined $600,000 for a warehouse fire that caused a bourbon spill and fish kills in the Kentucky and Ohio Rivers.
The EPA has ordered a Seattle-based website to stop selling a dozen pesticides not legal for sale in the U.S.
Indiana DNR, IU’s Environmental Resilience Institute and Davey Resource Group plan to build state’s first comprehensive urban forestry database
This month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service will begin gathering data from Indiana farmers and agricultural workers.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has awarded recycling expansion grants totaling approximately $1.4 million to 12 organizations, cities and waste management districts.
Researchers at Indiana University have located an adult female Gulf Coast tick in Indiana. These ticks sometimes carry diseases like Tidewater fever and are most commonly found near the Gulf of Mexico.
Two environmental groups have joined forces to sue Indiana steelmaker ArcelorMittal, which has allegedly accumulated more than 100 Clean Water Act violations in the last five years.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says that Indiana residents should expect more frequent sightings of coyotes during the winter months.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management is seeking public input on ways to improve Indiana’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Over the last 10 years, 35 researchers have compiled 20 million observational records on the Earth’s land plants in order to create the largest-ever botanical biodiversity data set.
The EPA has awarded the Indiana DNR a $100,000 grant to help restore the Pine Station Nature Preserve near the Grand Calumet River.
A natural, biodegradable spray made from cornstarch could help farmers protect their crops from toxic substances from fungi.
IPL recommends that two of four units at the Petersburg Generating Station be retired, but the company commits the plant to coal until 2042.
Flooding near the Gary Works steel mill in Gary, Indiana, on Nov. 26 has released mercury into the Grand Calumet River.
Lehigh Cement Company LLC and Lehigh White Cement Company LLC were sued by Indiana, the EPA and six other state and local government organizations.