A Navy SEAL veteran has established a company that hopes to make the political campaign industry environmentally friendly.
Amidst alarming cancer cases, Martinsville residents rally to keep their water clean, decades after a dry-cleaning business polluted the city’s downtown
A group of native American tribes filed suit to stop a new federal rule that limits the scope of waterways under federal protection.
Earl D. Miller charged with wire fraud, securities fraud and bankruptcy fraud for scheme involving Amish victims.
The White River State Park’s Frank Lloyd Visitor Center will reopen June 11 after a nearly three-month closure.
Hoosiers are divided on environmental issues along party lines, but mostly agree on solutions to climate change issues.
Central Michigan residents under threat as floods approach chemical complex and toxic Superfund site
Central Michigan residents face possible contamination as floodwaters from dam failures approach a chemical complex and a toxic Superfund site.
IU Environmental Resilience Institute director, historian testify before Indiana arm of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
The Indy Chamber Foundation has received funds to study alternative designs for the downtown inner loop of the Interstate 65/70 interchange.
Pope Francis has scheduled a visit to a southern Italian region polluted by decades of toxic-waste dumping by a local criminal organization.
The makers of Roundup weedkiller are considering a $10 billion payout to settle tens of thousands of lawsuits claiming the product causes cancer.
Drops in natural population increases and international migration have caused the nation’s population growth to slow down for the fourth year in a row.
At the 20th World Congress of the International Association of Penal Law, Pope Francis suggested adding “ecological sin against the common home” to the catechism.
Children are at greater risk of health effects from climate change than other groups, according to a report from The Lancet.
The West Lake Corridor project, which will add to the South Shore Line, has been recognized for Excellence in Environmental Documentation Preparation
Former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis will deliver the keynote speech at the annual “Greening the Statehouse” event in Indianapolis this Saturday.
White River State Park has introduced a recycling initiative that’s expected to keep approximately 30 tons of waste out of Indiana landfills annually.
Illinois-based demolition contractor IESCO has been accused of illegally dumping construction debris near Gary, Indiana, according to Inside Indiana Business.
By January 2020, Lowe’s will no longer sell carpets or rugs containing PFAS chemicals, the National Resources Defense Council reports.
The Friends of Lake Monroe have been awarded federal funding through the State of Indiana to develop a management plan for the Lake Monroe watershed.
Plastic waste from vaping is now polluting beaches and other natural environments, and may be finding its way into the ocean.
A New York man filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, claiming that God commanded him to do so.