EPA approved redesignation of city areas to “attainment” status for sulfur dioxide and lead, but the cities' air pollution challenges continue.
Researchers have found the number of land-dwelling insects is on the decline while the number of insects living in freshwater has increased.
A new study has found that gas appliances found in homes cause unhealthy air and negative health effects in humans.
An international group of researchers found the highest levels of microplastics ever recorded on the seafloor.
Residents in La Porte, Jasper Counties worry Michigan City Generating Station coal ash pond closure plan will not remove decades’ worth of pollution and associated health risks.
Terre Haute-based Hallador Energy received $10 million from a federal loan program designed to help small businesses stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An INDOT highway proposal could result in the harm of rare habitat and natural resources in the southern part of the state
From retrofitting to produce hand sanitizer to delaying an environmental investigation affecting thousands, Indiana industries have asked the state’s environmental agency for permission to skirt some legal requirements.
The U.S. EPA said it plans to retain the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for particulate matter, including both fine and coarse particles.
A new Indiana University survey found that only 18% of Hoosiers believed they would be impacted by a major disease outbreak in the next decade, which COVID-19 proved wrong.
Industries are polluting more and getting penalized less due to reduced EPA enforcement, according to a new report.
An IUSB researcher and his students developed a biosensor that can detect the presence of a chemical linked to certain types of cancer.
An airline bailout agreement will force airliners to fly nearly empty flights to meet minimum deal requirements.
Environmental advocacy group Earthjustice said policies put in place to stop the spread of COVID-19 will lead to public health dangers due to lax enforcement of coal ash site regulations.
NIPSCO will hold a virtual public hearing to discuss its plans to close coal ash ponds in Michigan City.
Clean energy unemployment claims skyrocket in March, and industry leaders believe the worst is yet to come
Some of the largest lenders in the U.S. are preparing to take over oil and gas assets facing bankruptcy in order to avoid losses in energy company loans.
Researchers from the University of Notre Dame found that the first Earth Day celebration in 1970 had lasting, measureable effects on the people who celebrated it.
U.S. EPA Region 5 said it plans to donate more than 10,000 pieces of personal protective equipment to help health professionals treat COVID-19 patients.
Researchers found that American robins have adjusted their migration patterns to keep pace with the earlier spring arrivals caused by climate change.
Researchers said air pollution could be the reason two of Italy’s hardest-hit regions have drastically different COVID-19 mortality rates.
Environmental groups worry companies will pollute more due to federal, state “enforcement discretion” guidance.
NOAA’s 2020 spring outlook forecasts widespread flooding and rain, but at levels below 2019’s historic season.