The disposable plant-based bowls used by many fast-casual restaurants have been found to contain toxic PFAS chemicals.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has released a recreational advisory after high levels of toxic blue-green algae were discovered in Indiana lakes.
A European movement known as “flight shaming” is encouraging travelers to take the train rather than to travel by air, citing concerns about the emissions put off by aviation.
Inditex, the parent company of fashion brand Zara, announced plans to transition to a more sustainable model after making its name as a frontrunner in the fast fashion industry.
New York City became the most recent, and largest, city to declare a climate emergency in late June.
Americans contribute a disproportionately high amount of the world’s waste and recycle far less than the rest of the world.
Glastonbury festival in England banned single-use plastic bottles in an effort to decrease the event’s impact on the planet.
Environmentally conscious travelers are at a crossroads, balancing their desire to see wonders like the Great Barrier Reef or Iceland’s glaciers with the environmental impact of traveling to these destinations.
According to a new analysis of corporate disclosures, companies around the world foresee climate change as a negative effect on their bottom lines.
African elephant poaching hit its peak in 2011 and the mammals faced a high risk of extinction at the hands of poachers.
Due to issues like climate change and the urbanization of their native habitats, some predators may begin to hunt humans for their meals.
Photographer and filmmaker to screen films, give public presentations in Bloomington April 9 and 10.
The team of Quincy Owens and Luke Crawley combine art and science to create sculptures across Indiana and the US
Meth production releases an invisible toxic gas that coats surfaces and can lead to health risks if not properly cleaned
The Nature Conservancy in Indiana is working to teach Hoosiers about native flora and how fire helps keep their habitat healthy.