In 2007, Indiana had no large wind turbines. By 2009, the state’s more than 600 turbines produced enough energy to power nearly 400,000 homes.
Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett says the state legislature is “frozen” when it comes to environmental protection.
BP discovered in a test Tuesday that the total suspended solids discharged rose to more than 26,600 pounds.
Nutrients from Indiana rivers can spark algae blooms, which can be toxic to plants, animals and humans.
The bill now simply requires IDEM to inform the legislature each year on new rules it’s developing and enacting.
Duke Energy agrees not to charge customers for $87.5 million of the operating costs of the Edwardsport plant, $2.5 million more than the original agreement.
A study from Purdue University shows a huge lack of cooperation among county, state and federal agencies when it comes to reporting water usage.
Hoosiers in Bloomington can expect to see more solar panels in the near future.
DNR District 5 Fish Management Biologist Dave Kittaka says large numbers of common carp — which grow quickly — can ruin a fishery.
Environmental groups are gearing up for their annual "Greening the Statehouse" event this weekend at the University of Indianapolis.