This week on Noon Edition, we’ll talk about the state of Indiana’s lakes, rivers, and streams.
Weeks since Indiana's most recent tornadoes, damage to our urban forests remains.
This week on Noon Edition, we took a look at coal and what it means to Indiana.
This week on Noon Edition, we discussed the recent climate talks in Copenhagen and what they mean for people in the US and Indiana.
This week on Noon Edition, we’ll discuss the reorganization and policy changes at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management, or IDEM. Joining hosts Bob Zaltsberg and Mary Catherine Carmichael are IDEM Assistant Commissioners Scott Nally and Dan Murry as well as Hoosier Environmental Council Senior Policy Director Tim Maloney.
This week on Noon Edition we’ll discuss the stewardship of Indiana’s woodlands. Joining us in the Studio will be Senior Policy Director for the Hoosier Environmental Council Tim Maloney, State Forester for the Department of Natural Resources John Seifert, as well as economist and co-founder of GreenFire Consulting Dr. Christine Glaser.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we’ll discuss recycling and environmental conservation just in time for Earth Day with Scott Morgan from the Monroe County Solid Waste Management District.
This week on “Noon Edition,” we’ll talk with geophysics professor Michael Hamburger and deputy vice president for administration Paul Sullivan. They are the co-chairs of Indiana University’s Sustainability Task Force and will discuss ways to integrate sustainable practices into everyday life at IU and around the world.
Herald-Times editor Bob Zaltsberg and co-host Mary Catherine Carmichael talk with Mark Harris, a former Los Angeles Times syndicated columnist, about the environmental impacts of the typical American funeral. Harris says there are alternatives that have a less adverse effect on the earth.
This week on “Noon Edition,” Host Bob Zaltsberg and co-host Mary Catherine Carmichael talk with Monroe County resident and PCB activist Mike Baker.