Former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis will deliver the keynote speech at the annual “Greening the Statehouse” event in Indianapolis this Saturday.
White River State Park has introduced a recycling initiative that’s expected to keep approximately 30 tons of waste out of Indiana landfills annually.
Illinois-based demolition contractor IESCO has been accused of illegally dumping construction debris near Gary, Indiana, according to Inside Indiana Business.
By January 2020, Lowe’s will no longer sell carpets or rugs containing PFAS chemicals, the National Resources Defense Council reports.
The Friends of Lake Monroe have been awarded federal funding through the State of Indiana to develop a management plan for the Lake Monroe watershed.
Plastic waste from vaping is now polluting beaches and other natural environments, and may be finding its way into the ocean.
A New York man filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, claiming that God commanded him to do so.
IER will host a high school journalism contest, inviting students from around the state to submit news features about environmental issues impacting their communities.
The Governor's Awards for Environmental Excellence were given to honor Indiana initiatives that went above and beyond to protect the environment in 2018.
An 84-acre tract in northeastern Indiana known for its biodiversity has been approved by the state of Indiana as a state nature preserve.
Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) virus has been detected in three horses and one group of mosquitos in Elkhart County, state health officials report.
Three individuals have been arrested on charges of disaster fraud, accused of stealing more than $1.8 billion in disaster relief funds that were intended to help rebuild Puerto Rico’s power grid.
By delving into this history, modern-day Hoosiers can also explore important environmental questions regarding these sites.
Age-related macular degeneration, which results in a gradual and permanent loss of vision, may be influenced by air pollution, a new study finds.
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.