A new survey of recycling facilities across the U.S. has found that many plastic items put into recycling bins are not being recycled.
Lawmakers from 23 states, including Indiana, have written guidance, regulations or legislation that would address PFAS chemicals.
The Virginia House and Senate approved legislation that sets out a plan to get the state to 100% renewable energy generation .
The Indy Chamber Foundation has received funds to study alternative designs for the downtown inner loop of the Interstate 65/70 interchange.
The EPA announced the availability of $55.5 million in loans and grants to fund future state water infrastructure projects in Indiana.
In a new budget proposal, the Trump administration announced its intent to cut the budget of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency budget by more than a fourth.
Pope Francis has scheduled a visit to a southern Italian region polluted by decades of toxic-waste dumping by a local criminal organization.
NASA scientists have found that rapid sea ice melt from the Arctic is affecting the flow of a major ocean current.
Corteva Agriscience announced its decision to stop selling Indianapolis-made chlorpyrifos pesticides by the end of the year.
Swedish researchers have found that the amount of methane leaking into the atmosphere from the Arctic Ocean is much lower than previously believed.
Fireflies are having difficulties reproducing because their flashing mating signals are getting lost in light pollution.
The transition away from nuclear power after the Fukushima disaster has led Japan to build 22 new coal-burning power plants within the next five years.
The Trump administration has proposed removing the threat of punishment to businesses that kill birds “incidentally.”
The switch to natural gas may only result in a minor decline in carbon emissions from the power sector through 2040.
A new study has found that insecticides have become significantly more toxic to honeybees over the last two decades.
The 55 groups say they want more time to assess the effect of environmental impacts review nullification
The U.S. Department of Justice’s top attorney for environmental issues apologized to a federal court for practicing law with a lapsed bar license.
Children in Marion County may have been exposed to elevated lead levels in drinking water, and agencies in charge failed to alert parents.
China’s national planning agency and national environmental ministry will ban plastic bags in all cities and towns by 2022.
Indiana's first Youth Climate Action Day allowed young people to address lawmakers about their environmental concerns and push for legislation
Researchers found that living near a major road or highway is associated with a higher risk of neurological disorders.
The EPA announced that Amphenol Corp. completed a mandated sewer line and soil cleanup near its former facility in Franklin, Ind.
The makers of Roundup weedkiller are considering a $10 billion payout to settle tens of thousands of lawsuits claiming the product causes cancer.
The 2015 rule sought to expand the number of waterways protected by federal Clean Water Act protections
A new bill could raise electric bills, threaten the environment, and make it more difficult for Indiana utility companies to transition away from coal.