On Air with IER: Episode 66

This week: A coalition of groups from across the nation threaten to sue the EPA unless it reviews flare standards for the first time in three decades, and a Goshen man faces multiple charges for an alleged "green product" scheme targeting Amish investors.
June 22, 2020


Welcome to Episode 66 of the IER Podcast hosted by Enrique Saenz.


Indiana Group Joins Coalition Suing EPA Over Flare Emission Regulations

By Enrique Saenz

A coalition of 10 groups from across the nation, including Indiana, plans to sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to update three-decade-old regulations on industrial flare emissions.

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A roundup of recent climate and environmental related headlines from around the world.

  1. Indiana utilities move away from coal despite legislature’s efforts
    Link for the first story.

  2. Purdue professor appointed to EPA agricultural committee
    Link for the second story.

  3. Farmers turning cow manure into natural gas
    Link for the second story.


Goshen Man Indicted for “Green Product” Investment Fraud Scheme

By Enrique Saenz

A Goshen man faces multiple federal fraud charges for allegedly misappropriating funds invested for green energy products.

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