More than a third of U.S. steel mills are located in Indiana and are responsible for the emission of hundreds of tons of air pollutants
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Indianapolis-based RecycleForce $200,000 to train formerly incarcerated citizens in environmental jobs.
Texas energy company Exxon Mobil has been sued for deceiving investors about the impact of climate change on the company’s profitability.
More than $1.1 million in grant money has been awarded to 23 Indiana counties for the improvement of seven lakes and 15 rivers and streams.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced it is investing $201 million in rural water infrastructure projects, including four in Indiana.
Indiana hunters need to beware of possible deer diseases during this fall’s hunting season, according to a statement by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has recognized Indianapolis-based Delta Faucet Co. as a 2019 Sustainable Excellence Award Winner for water conservation.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has announced two open house discussion sessions about the work completed in 2019 on the USS Lead Superfund site in East Chicago, Indiana.
Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act loan to finance wastewater and drinking water projects in 20 Indiana communities
A recent report of EPA data has confirmed the suspicion that water contamination disproportionately affects majority-black communities.
Community Recycling Grants will be awarded to projects that promote sustainability, education and waste reduction.
Data analyzed by travel site fromAtoB found that President Donald Trump created the second-largest carbon travel footprint of G20 leaders in 2018.
On Sept. 28, Indiana will participate in the largest nation-wide single-day volunteer effort for public lands, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources announced on Tuesday.
Earlier this week, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management took to its Twitter page to encourage Hoosiers to recycle their old smartphones through the Indiana E-Cycle program.
EPA may rewrite a 2018 rule update after court says agency is legally obligated to protect downwind states from heavy pollution states like Indiana
Purdue University will receive just under $1 million in grant money from the Environmental Protection Agency for research on reducing a group of synthetic chemicals in drinking water.
The Affordable Clean Energy rule is expected to increase air pollution, resulting in more premature deaths.
Toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl, or PFAS, chemicals have been found in the drinking water of several schools in Stow, Massachusetts, about 21 miles west of Boston.
Rule would benefit oil and gas industries while allowing the release of a greenhouse gas 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide
A survey from WFYI, published August 31, found that Indiana approaches forestry in a similar manner to other industry professionals in North America.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has offered to pay individuals for seed collection if the seeds meet the DNR’s standards.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is accepting applications for Pollution Prevention Program grant funds