Climate & Energy
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 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 Indiana Department of Environmental Management is seeking public input on ways to improve Indiana’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
IPL recommends that two of four units at the Petersburg Generating Station be retired, but the company commits the plant to coal until 2042.
Manmade climate change will increase the number of stalled weather patterns and create more deadly extreme weather events.
Researchers found that urbanization delays the time that plants bloom in the spring, which has an effect on the seasonal timing in cities.
Musical group Coldplay has declined to tour for their new album until they can figure out how to reduce their carbon emissions and stage more environmentally friendly concerts.
In three U.S. communities devastated by disaster, themes of loss and survival resonate through the personal stories of the people who were there.
Heliogen, a secretive energy startup backed by well-known people like Bill Gates, has created a way to use artificial intelligence and hundreds of mirrors to create a solar oven.
New GAO report finds flooding and other conditions threaten half of the state’s toxic Superfund sites.
Boxed water brands such as Just Water, Flow, and Boxed Water Is Best often market themselves as more sustainable options for on-the-go hydration, but the nature of their packaging prevents them from being recyclable.
The Hoosier Resilience Index helps local governments and residents understand local climate change vulnerabilities and how to respond to them.
Spring floods, hot summers and warmer winters have been wake-up calls as global warming raises the risks for everything from ice fishing to growing seasons.
More than 11,000 scientists from 153 countries have released a report declaring a climate emergency.
As the planet warms, people living in North America, parts of central and South America and Eurasia may face water shortages as plants adjust to higher levels of carbon dioxide.
A study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has determined that building renewable energy in the upper Midwest helps maximize environmental and health benefits.
Northern Indiana Public Service Co. has announced the upcoming expansion of a wind farm in White County
Peatlands absorb CO2 from the atmosphere and store it in the soil, but as they dry, they can have the opposite effect.
Research conducted at University College London has found that America’s “green economy” generates more than $1.3 trillion annually and employs nearly 9.5 million Americans.
Two-thirds of America’s bird population is at risk of extinction from climate change, according to a new report from the Audubon Society.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced approximately $10 million in grant money to help public schools replace older school buses, which can emit more air pollution.
At the United Nations Climate Action Summit on Monday, 21 gaming companies pledged to do their part in ending climate change through the Playing for the Planet industry-wide initiative.