Climate & Energy
At IU conference, climate activists discussed their hopes for future climate change policy during the Biden administration and beyond.
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.
NIPSCO continued its transition away from coal with new agreements that will power about 270,00 Indiana homes.
A shift in American diets could reduce the environmental impacts of food production and consumption by up to 38%.
A growing number of Hoosiers, especially Blacks and Hispanics, are facing difficulties affording electricity during the pandemic, and the problem could soon grow worse.
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.