Earlier this week, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management took to its Twitter page to encourage Hoosiers to recycle their old smartphones through the Indiana E-Cycle program.
EPA may rewrite a 2018 rule update after court says agency is legally obligated to protect downwind states from heavy pollution states like Indiana
Purdue University will receive just under $1 million in grant money from the Environmental Protection Agency for research on reducing a group of synthetic chemicals in drinking water.
The Affordable Clean Energy rule is expected to increase air pollution, resulting in more premature deaths.
Toxic per- and polyfluoroalkyl, or PFAS, chemicals have been found in the drinking water of several schools in Stow, Massachusetts, about 21 miles west of Boston.
Rule would benefit oil and gas industries while allowing the release of a greenhouse gas 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide
A survey from WFYI, published August 31, found that Indiana approaches forestry in a similar manner to other industry professionals in North America.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has offered to pay individuals for seed collection if the seeds meet the DNR’s standards.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) is accepting applications for Pollution Prevention Program grant funds
On Aug. 18, a collapse in wastewater infrastructure spilled an estimated 2 million gallons of untreated sewage into the Flint River.
Poet LLC attributes closure of Cloverdale plant to EPA mismanagement of Renewable Fuel Standard waivers
Local and national environmental and animal groups say revisions favor business interests over animal protections
Indiana’s beaches along Lake Michigan have faced dramatic erosion in the last decade thanks to rising water levels.
On July 31, California became the first state to require that water suppliers notify consumers of the presence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl chemicals in the local water supply.
Sulfoxaflor protects crops from aphids and tarnished plant bugs, but is linked to bee death and population decline.
Despite regulations put into place to improve air quality, millions of Americans still breathe unhealthy air.
GAO Found DoD Installations have not consistently assessed risks from extreme weather and climate change effects.