A government network of monitoring devices across the country routinely missed major toxic releases and daily pollution dangers.
A global map of the distribution of 20,000 bee species has been created to aid in the conservation of the insect.
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr. filed a brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to finally decide whether public nuisance laws can be used to sue power plants and other industrial polluters for their pollution.
Revised Cross-State Air Pollution Rule Update attempts to limit the amount of ozone pollution and ozone precursors sent to downwind states, contributing to their violation of the 2008 ozone standard.
The USDA announced it finalized changes to how the Forest Service undertakes environmental reviews of its actions under federal law.
Indiana Gets “D” for Climate Change Education Efforts, Education Department Seeks to Improve Curriculum
Report gives state’s public school science standards to address climate change a barely passing grade, but the state is making moves to address deficiencies.
Fall applications for the Indianapolis Thriving Schools Challenge are now being accepted through Nov. 20.
Professor Sanya Carley was awarded the World Citizen Prize in Environmental Performance by the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management.
Veterans, Gold Star Families can now get free access to national parks, wildlife refuges and other federal lands.
A Purdue University professor was one of four educators to receive a national teaching award from the USDA.
Federal judge rules FDA did not adequately assess the risk of harm when it approved Albany-grown AquaBounty Technologies AquAdvantage salmon in 2016.
The EPA announced it approved five-year registrations for three herbicide products, including two previously with registrations invalidated by a federal appeals court.
New research on cirrus clouds from an international research team, including Purdue University scientists, could help make climate change models more accurate.
The EPA awarded the Indiana Finance Authority a $544,000 grant to identify and reduce lead in school drinking water.
NIPSCO continued its transition away from coal with new agreements that will power about 270,00 Indiana homes.
Indiana environmental groups tell IER what they hope the federal government’s environmental priorities are for the next four years.
An ambitious project on the Ohio River will create a major park that will turn floods into an attraction.
Former O’Neill SPEA dean Professor John Graham will head panel of industry and academic experts that advise the EPA administrator.
Trump Administration Touts Superfund List Deletions as Victories Amid Continuing Contamination Threat
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%.