Indiana University Survey Finds Hoosiers’ Political Divisions Extend to Environmental Issues
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.
Environmental Group Works to Keep Communities Clean Under COVID-19 Restrictions
Social distancing leads to spread of bogus animal stories on social media
Indiana University Hosts Symposium on Changes to Water Laws and Public Policy in Indiana
Indiana University Experts Testify on State Lead Contamination
IU Environmental Resilience Institute director, historian testify before Indiana arm of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
Lilly grant funds study on alternative I-65/70 interchange concepts
The Indy Chamber Foundation has received funds to study alternative designs for the downtown inner loop of the Interstate 65/70 interchange.
Pope schedules visit to Italian region polluted by toxic waste
Pope Francis has scheduled a visit to a southern Italian region polluted by decades of toxic-waste dumping by a local criminal organization.
Bayer mulls $10 billion settlement for Roundup claims
The makers of Roundup weedkiller are considering a $10 billion payout to settle tens of thousands of lawsuits claiming the product causes cancer.