The budget for the state's environmental management agency has been reduced by approximately $35 million in the last decade.
Jim Beam Brands Co. was fined $600,000 for a warehouse fire that caused a bourbon spill and fish kills in the Kentucky and Ohio Rivers.
The EPA has ordered a Seattle-based website to stop selling a dozen pesticides not legal for sale in the U.S.
Indiana DNR, IU’s Environmental Resilience Institute and Davey Resource Group plan to build state’s first comprehensive urban forestry database
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has awarded recycling expansion grants totaling approximately $1.4 million to 12 organizations, cities and waste management districts.
Two environmental groups have joined forces to sue Indiana steelmaker ArcelorMittal, which has allegedly accumulated more than 100 Clean Water Act violations in the last five years.
The EPA has awarded the Indiana DNR a $100,000 grant to help restore the Pine Station Nature Preserve near the Grand Calumet River.
Flooding near the Gary Works steel mill in Gary, Indiana, on Nov. 26 has released mercury into the Grand Calumet River.
Lehigh Cement Company LLC and Lehigh White Cement Company LLC were sued by Indiana, the EPA and six other state and local government organizations.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has launched a new website that allows deer hunters to access and report data on white-tailed deer harvesting throughout the state.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking public input about adding per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) chemicals to the Toxics Release Inventory, a list of chemicals that companies are required to report to the EPA.
This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency presented an award to the Indianapolis Airport Authority for excellence and innovation in clean water infrastructure.
A report issued by the Government Accountability Office has found that 60% of U.S. Superfund sites are vulnerable to climate change.
A Trump administration committee is seeking to “modernize” national park campgrounds by potentially introducing food trucks, WI-FI, and Amazon deliveries.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting grant applications for environmental education programs.
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.