North Vermillion Community School Corp. was recently recognized by the EPA for excellence in environmental and public health protection.
Professor Sanya Carley was awarded the World Citizen Prize in Environmental Performance by the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management.
A Purdue University professor was one of four educators to receive a national teaching award from the USDA.
Indiana environmental groups tell IER what they hope the federal government’s environmental priorities are for the next four years.
An ambitious project on the Ohio River will create a major park that will turn floods into an attraction.
According to a new investigation, climate science disinformation continues to exist in Facebook ads.
An Indianapolis organization is offering free career training and high school equivalency testing for Marion County residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tribal and environmental groups have filed lawsuits challenging a Trump administration rule that weakened methane emission regulations.
The leader of the Roman Catholic Church said that the coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated how the earth can recover if allowed to rest.
Analysis of IU Hoosier Life Survey responses finds more Hoosiers of color believe climate change is happening and presents a risk than white Hoosiers.
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.