NOAA’s 2020 spring outlook forecasts widespread flooding and rain, but at levels below 2019’s historic season.
Scientists believe they have found the source of mysterious emissions of ozone-destroying chemicals.
The U.S. Department of Defense said PFAS chemicals may have been used or released at many more installations than initially reported.
The Trump administration is using the threat of withholding federal money to force communities to evict homeowners living in flood zones.
A new study has found that expanding the number of lanes on a roadway does not necessarily reduce traffic congestion.
A new study found that laser printer toner could cause changes in the human body that would make catching diseases much more likely.
Attorneys general for 16 states, led by Indiana, submit comments supporting changes that shorten environmental reviews for federal projects.
Nearly a dozen Indiana cities said they would develop plans to address their greenhouse gas emissions before the end of 2020.
Two federal agencies have issued warning letters to seven companies to stop selling products that claim to treat or prevent COVID-19.
Heritage Environmental Services LLC and Tradebe Treatment and Recycling LLC are caught in the middle of a lawsuit between the DoD and groups that want PFAS incineration to stop.
The White House reportedly ordered the rewrite of a report that linked a chemical compound used in dry cleaning and as an industrial solvent to birth defects.
The space agencies for the U.S. and Europe have found that the outbreak of a new coronavirus has had a positive side effect in China.
Indiana University researchers found that high levels of potentially toxic PFAS chemicals are making their way into child care centers through cleaning products.
IU Environmental Resilience Institute director, historian testify before Indiana arm of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
A new study is providing more evidence for the long-held belief that campaign contributions influence the decisions of lawmakers.
A state-wide conference for people and groups working to stop the spread of invasive species in Indiana will be held in Noblesville on March 26.
A West Lafayette organization was awarded a nearly $480,000 grant to enhance nutrient reduction efforts in the Great Lakes.
Scientists are turning to an oddly-named vegetarian fish species for a climate-friendly protein source.
One of the world’s largest investment banks warns that the most extreme risks of climate change could actually happen.
House Bill 1189, which awaits final approval by the governor's office, would limit the use of potentially toxic firefighting foam in training
An executive order mandates Indiana state agencies take a series of steps to protect the Lake Michigan shoreline from the effects of rising water levels.