Headline: From retrofitting to produce hand sanitizer to delaying an environmental investigation affecting thousands, Indiana industries have asked the state’s environmental agency for permission to skirt some legal requirements.
Headline: Municipal leaders and concerned residents from around Indiana met virtually to learn how climate change is affecting the state and what can be done to lessen future damage from related factors such as higher temperatures and increased rainfall.
Headline: This Week: We learn more about a proposed Vigo County ammonia plant that seeks to have a near-zero carbon footprint, and health organizations are suing the Trump administration to stop an air pollution rule that could actually increase air pollution.
Headline: Science Summer Science Institute Helps Indiana Educators Teach About Climate Change Sophie Bird July 16, 2019 The Educating for Environmental Change Summer Science Institute welcomed Indiana elementary and secondary-school teachers to the Indiana University-Bloomington campus to learn how to better....
Headline: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency cancelled the registration of three dicamba herbicide products after a federal appeals court ruled that the agency “substantially” understated the products’ risks and under-reported damages.