Climate & Energy
Vigo County Residents Concerned About Planned Ammonia Fertilizer Plant and Carbon Sequestration
Proposed $450 million project would allow company to store millions of tons of carbon dioxide underground near Terre Haute
A changing climate could limit food choices, warns environmental journalist
Amanda Little, an environmental journalist and professor at Vanderbilt University, warns that food diversity could be limited due to environmental issues.
The rains aren’t over yet for the Eastern U.S.
Rooftop solar is growing; utilities are pushing back
As solar energy becomes more popular, utility companies are seeking reductions to net metering, meaning it will take far longer for rooftop solar to pay for itself.
Recycling EV batteries could decrease lithium and cobalt mining
Experts say companies should recycle electric vehicle batteries to avoid massive increases in harmful mining.
First transparent solar technology invented at Michigan State
Researchers at Michigan State University have successfully created the first completely transparent solar panels.
Fewer Americans insure against flooding despite growing disaster risks
Wind energy industry increasingly moving offshore
The UK turned on the first part of what will be the world’s largest and furthest offshore wind farm this week, forging its way further into the forefront of the offshore wind industry.