Amendment to Senate Bill 389 excludes ephemeral streams from state protections, reduces mitigation ratios and provides further exemptions for croplands.
DNR conservation officers are investigating the shooting deaths of two juvenile bald eagles near Shelburn.
Decades of “Missed Opportunities” Exposed Multiple Generations of East Chicago Residents to Lead Contamination, Federal Report Finds
HUD Inspector General report finds department failed for at least 30 years to identify threat to West Calumet Housing Complex residents, despite red-flag reports from other agencies.
House Environmental Committee Hears Testimony on Bill Seeking to Remove State Protections for Wetlands
The House Environmental Affairs Committee heard testimony before voting on the controversial Senate Bill 389 next week.
An amendment added to an IDEM omnibus bill could establish a state program to take over toxic coal ash disposal oversight responsibilities from the federal government
The U.S. Senate confirmed Michael Regan as the head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, making him the first Black man to lead the agency.
Indiana AG Joins Lawsuit Suing Biden Administration Over Biden Executive Order Increasing “Social Cost” of Greenhouse Gases
The bills signal Legislature’s reluctant acceptance of Indiana’s renewable energy future, but environmental groups say the bills still need work.
Environmental Groups, Local Citizens Concerned about Mid-States Corridor Project, To Be Identified This Fall
The EPA has begun a review of the first five years of cleanup efforts at East Chicago's USS Lead Superfund site.
HB 1381 sets default wind and solar energy system siting requirements for the state, requires all local governments to adopt wind, solar regulations before issuing permits.