Climate & Energy
Association of polluting industries, Midwest Ozone Group, renews opposition to EPA rule limiting how upwind states, like Indiana, contribute to pollution in neighboring states.
Researchers want "citizen scientists" who own private wells in Monroe County to participate in the project.
Indiana University survey finds a majority of Hoosiers experienced a difficult 2020 and expect a challenging next decade .
The company behind the Keystone XL Pipeline has officially pulled the plug on the controversial project.
Environmental groups are challenging a U.S. program that allows oil and gas pipelines to be constructed across wetlands, rivers and other bodies of water.
Governor’s office reviewing Senate Bill 389, which eliminates state protections for an entire class of Indiana wetlands and reduces other wetland protections, after approval by both houses of the Indiana Legislature.
A federal judge ruled that BP's Whiting Refinery in northwest Indiana was legally obligated to remedy the problem and retest emissions but failed to do so.
Senate Bill 373 originally set the foundation for a carbon market clearinghouse in Indiana, but could now protect a state-authorized carbon capture and sequestration company from lawsuits.
GAO report found Energy Department did not develop a resilience plan despite identifying climate change as a risk to energy infrastructure.
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.