Every day, people across the world will make decisions or innovations that affect the way Hoosiers live. We’ll track the changes so you’re ready for them.
According to a new investigation, climate science disinformation continues to exist in Facebook ads.
A shift in American diets could reduce the environmental impacts of food production and consumption by up to 38%.
An Indianapolis organization is offering free career training and high school equivalency testing for Marion County residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A preservation organization will plant more than 20,000 trees at the newly-expanded Meltzer Woods Nature Preserve in Shelbyville.
IDEM will host a free virtual webinar series to teach about watershed protection and restoration efforts within the Lake Michigan basin.
The Indiana State Board of Animal Health is offering a limited number of free radio frequency identification tags for cattle farmers.
New research is urging scientists to redefine the term “drought,” specifically when it comes to crop-relevant drought in the Corn Belt.
A Madison County organization is seeking volunteers to plant hundreds of trees to replace others destroyed by a tornado in 2019.
General Electric announced plans to stop making coal-fired power plants and focus on more renewable sources of power.
In the Water follows the complex discussions around Indiana’s most traditional energy source. It speaks to everyone from the miners who dig coal from the ground, to environmental activists fighting for coal ash disposal legislation and clean water, to residents whose health has been affected by coal ash pollution.
By the Numbers
Money spent by Indiana landowners and land managers annually to manage invasive species in Indiana.
Beekeepers in the state of Indiana
Number of ethanol plants in Indiana
Percent of Indiana's disaster relief fund financed by firework sales.
of Hoosiers believe climate change is happening
at risk for flooding this spring in the U.S.