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.
The EPA wants to know what you think about a plan to clean up the former GM Delco Plant 5 in Kokomo.
Despite bipartisan opposition, Senate Bill 389 passed the Senate, 29-19, and will now be considered in the Indiana House of Representatives.
New executive order mandates prioritizing climate change considerations throughout entire federal government.
The EPA is seeking applications for $5 million in grants to remove trash from Great Lakes harbors, river mouths and waterfronts.
Trump EPA Rule Restricts How Science Is Used in Environmental Regulations, Gives Polluters Cause For Legal Challenges
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler said rule, opposed by dozens of medical and health associations, would “strengthen transparency” in science and “empower” Americans to sue agency.
Indiana air monitoring faced less funding, fewer monitors and tested for fewer pollutants over a decade.
President-elect Joe Biden has made a series of cabinet nominee decisions that could be historic firsts for the environment-related posts.
The EPA is accepting public comments for its proposed plan to clean up environmental pollution at parts of the Rolls-Royce turbine manufacturing plant in Indianapolis.
The EPA OIG will evaluate how the COVID-19 pandemic affected air compliance monitoring activities at state and local agencies.
Trump EPA Finalizes Cost-Benefit Rule That Makes Most Air Pollution Regulations Too Expensive to Implement
The new rule orders the agency to weigh the dollar cost of regulations and disregard benefits like illnesses and deaths avoided.
Indiana Pesticide Review Board votes to review ramifications of declaring dicamba a “highly volatile herbicide,” which would allow state to require a permit for use.
A government network of monitoring devices across the country routinely missed major toxic releases and daily pollution dangers.
The USDA announced it finalized changes to how the Forest Service undertakes environmental reviews of its actions under federal law.
Indiana Gets “D” for Climate Change Education Efforts, Education Department Seeks to Improve Curriculum
Report gives state’s public school science standards to address climate change a barely passing grade, but the state is making moves to address deficiencies.
Veterans, Gold Star Families can now get free access to national parks, wildlife refuges and other federal lands.
Federal judge rules FDA did not adequately assess the risk of harm when it approved Albany-grown AquaBounty Technologies AquAdvantage salmon in 2016.
The EPA awarded the Indiana Finance Authority a $544,000 grant to identify and reduce lead in school drinking water.
Former O’Neill SPEA dean Professor John Graham will head panel of industry and academic experts that advise the EPA administrator.