Duke Energy says the move is an attempt to use "fear and the courts to upend public policy."
A legislative study committee took nearly six hours of public testimony Tuesday on confined animal feeding operations, or CAFOs.
Indiana has lost 85 percent of its wetlands since the 1800s.
Scientists from Purdue and Indiana Universities say the number of days Indiana experiences above 90 degrees jumping from 20 to 74 by 2050.
A new study from an Indiana University professor examined people's attitudes toward climate change policies after experiencing an extreme weather event.
Over a hundred dicamba-related complaints have been filed in Indiana so far this year.
The chemical 1,4-dioxane is a toxic, unregulated chemical found in cosmetics and used in manufacturing processes.
Delegates from all of Indiana’s 92 counties met in Hendricks County on Aug. 26.
A bill to streamline the permitting process for CAFOs died in the senate earlier this year
The study finds cheap natural gas and declining power demand are driving coal and nuclear power plant closures.