On Air with IER
On Air with IER brings you news about environmental issues affecting the state of Indiana. We’ll scour the globe for the latest scientific developments and translate them into news that’s useful for you.
This week: Citizen scientists help make sure your waterways stay healthy, and researchers find out if people are willing to pay more for environmentally friendly beer.
This week: Two plans submitted by consecutive administrations, the Obama-era Clean Power Plan and the Trump administration's Affordable Clean Energy Rule, have different views on how the nation should regulate power plant emissions. Hear why both sides say their plan is better for the U.S.
This week: Many Hoosiers don't realize they are feeling the effects of climate change every day. Hear why scientists in Indiana say the changes will adversely affect current and future generations of Hoosiers.
This week: A chemical found in the most popular herbicide in the world could be harmful to humans, and a new federal ruling has ordered the EPA to ban a pesticide that has been hurting children for over a decade.
This week: A team of Indianapolis artists are using shapes and open spaces to teach about the environment, and people are raising chickens in their backyards.