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.
Three environmental groups sued the EPA for allowing IDEM and other agencies to go months and years without submitting plans for cleaning up air pollution violations.
A group of native American tribes filed suit to stop a new federal rule that limits the scope of waterways under federal protection.
EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler signed the agency’s first proclamation recognizing the week of June 22 as National Pollinator Week.
Another utility company announced it will move away from coal soon, despite legislative efforts to slow down the transition.
Earl D. Miller charged with wire fraud, securities fraud and bankruptcy fraud for scheme involving Amish victims.
The Hoosier Environmental Council and nine groups from across the U.S. are attempting to get the EPA to update the three-decade old General Flare Requirements.
The U.S. was beat out by 23 countries in a new analysis ranking worldwide performance on sustainability issues.
The EPA awarded the Indiana Finance Authority $300,000 in supplemental funding for brownfield cleanups.
The White River State Park’s Frank Lloyd Visitor Center will reopen June 11 after a nearly three-month closure.
Trump issues executive order allowing federal agencies to waive environmental laws to speed up federal project approvals
A new executive order will allow federal agencies to waive environmental laws to speed up federal approval for infrastructure projects.
British researchers have found that up to 30% of ocean pollution can be prevented by changing the way we wash our clothes.