Climate & Energy
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 said air pollution could be the reason two of Italy’s hardest-hit regions have drastically different COVID-19 mortality rates.
Scientists believe they have found the source of mysterious emissions of ozone-destroying chemicals.
Nearly a dozen Indiana cities said they would develop plans to address their greenhouse gas emissions before the end of 2020.
The space agencies for the U.S. and Europe have found that the outbreak of a new coronavirus has had a positive side effect in China.
A new study is providing more evidence for the long-held belief that campaign contributions influence the decisions of lawmakers.
One of the world’s largest investment banks warns that the most extreme risks of climate change could actually happen.
Republican lawmakers from Utah are backing a long-term plan that addresses climate change in order to save the state’s ski slopes and growing economy.
A new survey of recycling facilities across the U.S. has found that many plastic items put into recycling bins are not being recycled.
Swedish researchers have found that the amount of methane leaking into the atmosphere from the Arctic Ocean is much lower than previously believed.
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 switch to natural gas may only result in a minor decline in carbon emissions from the power sector through 2040.
The 55 groups say they want more time to assess the effect of environmental impacts review nullification
China’s national planning agency and national environmental ministry will ban plastic bags in all cities and towns by 2022.
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.