On Air with IER: Episode 111

This week: The EPA's budget struggles claim a pair of Indiana air sensors, a group of PFAS firefighting foam makers will need to test their products for health effects, and Indiana's attorney general continues to oppose nationwide community efforts to get fossil fuel companies to pay for climate change effects.
June 14, 2022


Welcome to Episode 111 of the IER Podcast!


EPA Budget Crunch Claims Two Indiana Ammonia Air Pollution Sensors

By Enrique Saenz

A pair of air pollution sensors in Indiana have become casualties of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s budget crunch, and the nation’s long-term environmental monitoring could suffer as a result.

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EPA Orders Some Firefighting Foam Makers to Test PFAS Products for Human Exposure Risks

By Enrique Saenz

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued orders to four manufacturers of PFAS firefighting foam to test how breathing in specific PFAS products affects humans.

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Indiana AG Opposes Another Effort to Fight Climate Change at Local Level

By Enrique Saenz

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita has signed up the state for another legal fight against efforts by local governments to get fossil fuel companies to pay for their contributions to expensive climate change effects.

Read the full story here.