A new report, Hoosier Health in a Changing Climate, studied the potential for statewide warming trends to negatively impact the health of people in Indiana.
Indiana is going to get hotter and wetter in the decades to come, according to a new report from Purdue researchers.
The study updates the social cost of carbon, which previously relied on some data from the 1980s.
New research from Purdue University finds that climate change could have far more adverse impacts on agriculture than originally thought.
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.
Perdue met in private with state lawmakers about the 2018 Farm Bill and reassured Hoosier farmers he’d protect their stake in the export economy.
A Purdue University professor says our worldview shapes our attitudes on climate change.
Health experts and scientists say the number of ticks is slowly increasing but Indiana is still considered a low incidence state.
'Prepared for Environmental Change' is Indiana University's second Grand Challenges initiative, a $300 million undertaking started last year.