IU McKinney School of Law‘s Janet McCabe expressed commitment to state-federal partnership and open dialogue with stakeholders during first confirmation hearing for EPA’s No.2 position.
Senate Bill 373 could boost farmers struggling with slim profit margins by helping them sequester carbon for cash.
Indiana Energy Grid Operator Finds “Transformational Change” Required to Integrate More Renewable Energy
Report released by Carmel-based Midcontinent Independent System Operator finds amount of renewable energy in system could double by 2026, but coordinated action by utility members is necessary to achieve more than 50% renewable energy.
Researchers have found that a parasite that causes the most widespread disease in honey bees affects the bee by “hijacking” its iron nutrients.
The bills signal Legislature’s reluctant acceptance of Indiana’s renewable energy future, but environmental groups say the bills still need work.
Environmental Groups, Local Citizens Concerned about Mid-States Corridor Project, To Be Identified This Fall
ERCOT: Frozen instruments at natural gas, coal and nuclear facilities most significant factors in Texas blackouts
Despite claims, the organization that manages a vast majority of Texas' power grid said that wind power has been the least significant factor in blackouts.
The EPA has begun a review of the first five years of cleanup efforts at East Chicago's USS Lead Superfund site.
Coca-Cola Co. said it will begin selling its soda in bottles made with completely recycled plastic material to reduce its carbon footprint.