On Air with IER: Episode 9

This week: IER investigates how the government shutdown is affecting national parks in Indiana, and we speak to an Obama-era official who says a new EPA proposal could allow power plants in Indiana and across the country to emit more toxic pollutants into the air and neuter future environmental policies.
January 15, 2019


Welcome to Episode 9 of the IER Podcast hosted by Alexa Chryssovergis.


Dunes, National Forest Unstaffed but Open During Shutdown

By Beth Edwards

National parks in Indiana remain open but unstaffed during the government shutdown.
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A roundup of recent climate and environmental related headlines from around the world.

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EPA Proposal Could Make Environmental Policies Too Expensive to Implement

By Enrique Saenz

An Indianapolis-based nonprofit organization is repurposing the city's discarded building materials into fashion.
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