Climate & Energy
EPA “Good Neighbor Rule” to Limit Indiana’s Contribution to Air Pollution in Downwind States
Coal Ash: The Poison Seeping into Indiana Water
As a shipment of toxic waste from Ohio train wreck sparks concerns in Indiana, lawmakers keep rules lenient on poisonous coal ash around the state, including on the shores of Lake Michigan.
Bill Seeking More Local Input on Carbon Capture and Sequestration Projects Defeated
At Risk of Losing State Air Pollution Permitting Program to Feds, Industries Support Fee Increase
Utilities Could Charge Customers for New Natural Gas Plants During Construction Under New Bill
Plastics Recycling Industry Seeks to Separate Itself from Solid Waste Management Requirements in New Bill
‘Five Pillars’ Energy Policy Framework Bill Advances in House
Legislation would require state energy decisions to take into account reliability, affordability, resiliency, stability and environmental sustainability.