Holcomb will appoint about half of the members in the 15-person task force charged with developing the state’s energy policy.
A plume of cancer-causing chemicals in drinking water wells in Logansport has been added to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Superfund National Priorities List.
The carbon dioxide storage is part of a $450 million project proposed by Wabash Valley Resources LLC for an anhydrous ammonia fertilizer plant near Terre Haute.
Indiana and the rest of the world are going to have to make transformative changes — and fast — to avoid losing more than 1 million species of plants and animals.
Several Franklin residents say they were never told about cancer-causing chemicals at the Amphenol industrial site.
Duke Energy is holding the country back from making a faster transition to renewable energy. That’s according to a report released Wednesday by the Environmental Working Group.
The Environmental Protection Agency says glyphosate — the main ingredient in Roundup weedkiller — is safe when used correctly. The EPA’s review comes amidst lawsuits claiming the chemical causes cancer.
Residents in a Bloomington neighborhood suspect pollution from a nearby salvage yard is washing onto their soil during heavy rains. The city council wants the Indiana Department of Environmental Management to test the soil and find out if the concerns are valid.
Researchers are seeing more kinds of fish in the Ohio River than they were in the 1960s. A Ball State University study in collaboration with Virginia Tech says part of that may be due to less agricultural land bordering the river and more forests.
At an annual foreign policy conference at Indiana University last month, Lugar said climate change deserved more of a focus.