Environmental Reporting

News and Reports


The Trust underwrites environmental reporting teams at The Arizona Republic and The Indianapolis Star so the newspapers may pursue in-depth environmental reporting and shine a light on issues important to us all.

9-21-20 Arizonans are growing more concerned about climate change, and for good reason
9-21-20 Most people in Arizona want government to act on climate change, poll finds
9-9-20 Utah’s proposal to build Colorado River pipeline gets pushback from 6 states
9-7-20 Arizona had slowed quagga mussel invasion, but a rise in boat sales could renew the threat
9-5-20 How the hot, dry Phoenix summer set off an invasion of crickets and other pests
9-5-20 Arizona endorses a company’s plan to sell Colorado River water to Queen Creek
9-4-20 Retired general: Climate change is a threat to national security, military readiness
8-31-20 In Phoenix’s hottest neighborhoods, a ground-level search for ideas to tame extreme heat
8-28-20 ‘We’re drying the fuels’: How climate change is making wildfires worse in the West
8-27-20 In Phoenix, rising temperatures day and night kill more people each year
8-27-20 Invasive tamarisk beetles reach the Gila River, defying predictions and raising concerns
8-27-20 Invasive tamarisk beetles reach the Gila River, defying predictions and raising concerns
8-22-20 ‘Driest I’ve seen’: Without summer rains, Arizona cattle ranchers confront tough choices
8-21-20 Phoenix will feel the heat at extreme levels more often in the coming years, study says
8-19-20 Migratory birds keep protections as judge strikes down Trump administration rule change
8-18-20 Glen Canyon Dam tapped for emergency water releases to meet California power demands
8-17-20 With no help from the monsoon, state crews deliver water to wildlife
8-15-20 ‘The pie keeps shrinking’: Lake Mead’s low level will trigger water cutbacks for Arizona, Nevada
8-14-20 Protesters at the San Pedro River say the border wall threatens habitat, risks flooding
8-10-20 ‘Grow it if we can’: Aquaponics pioneer reimagines food in victory gardens, ‘edible landscapes’
8-1-20 Glen Canyon Dam may release more water to cope with COVID electricity needs
7-23-20 Waiting for water: On the Navajo Nation, long lines, scarce resources, a cry for solutions
7-20-20 Emails and documents raise questions about Army base’s water deal near the San Pedro River
7-17-20 As monsoon storms loom, border wall construction begins across San Pedro
7-15-20 A lightning bolt 440 miles long? ASU scientist verifies longest-ever flash
7-9-20 ‘Hey, we’re here’: Black conservationists claim their space in their field
6-18-20 Conservation groups sue to protect habitat for imperiled Mount Graham red squirrel
6-18-20 Will the iconic saguaro cactus start to disappear from parts of the Southwest?
6-15-20 20 Mexican gray wolf pups are released into the wild, aiding the species’ recovery effort
6-12-20 Traffic was down in Phoenix, but ozone levels remained stubbornly high. What’s happening?
6-7-20 Study says Phoenix reservoirs are resilient to warming, scientists warn risks remain
5-29-20 Arizona company ordered to pay $5 million for arsenic leak from old mine
5-25-20 A traveling ICU nurse finds peace on a fishing line in Arizona’s high country
5-23-20 Facing concerns about damming Little Colorado River, company plans dams in another canyon
5-21-20 Private meetings spark concerns as Arizona considers rules for streams and wetlands
5-15-20 ‘Cool pavement’ experiments help urban planners find ways to ease rising temperatures
5-14-20 Arizona awaits EPA decision on adding toxic Phoenix site to Superfund list
5-13-20 As wall construction continues, conservation groups fear the fate of San Pedro River
5-6-20 Supercharged by climate change, ‘megadrought’ points to drier future in the West
4-24-20 Facing water cutbacks, Arizona farmers ‘in limbo’ despite $10 million federal pledge
4-24-20 Trump nuclear energy plan could reopen areas near the Grand canyon to uranium mining
4-23-20 What’s that owl doing? Wildlife cams offer a link to the wild for Arizonans at home
4-23-20 As Arizonans battle respiratory pandemic, Phoenix air quality earns poor marks
4-22-20 50 years after the first Earth Day, environmental activists confront another global crisis
4-20-20 How a trickle of water is breathing life into the parched Colorado River Delta
4-18-20 Navajo Nation’s water shortage may be supporting COVID-19 spread
4-15-20 Feds look to next chapter for controversial gray wolves
4-13-20 Air pollution levels ease as people stay home, but heat could reverse the trend
4-11-20 Feds want to open or expand hunting on 4 national wildlife refuges in Arizona
4-5-20 On Arizona vegetable farms, growers grapple with harvest demands and coronavirus risks
4-3-20 A hummingbird in way of a looming roofing project safely flies the nest
4-3-20 Reservoirs that supply water to Phoenix area nearly full after wet winter
4-1-20 EPA releases a list of disinfectants that can help you fight the new coronavirus
3-26-20 A Phoenix woman wants to save a baby hummingbird. Her HOA may not let her
3-26-20 It may look like a wildflower, but ‘stinknet’ is a menace to native plants and people
3-24-20 You won’t contract coronavirus from Phoenix-area tap water. Here’s why
3-24-20 Burrowing owls are losing their habitat to growth, but there’s hope for the quirky bird
3-19-20 EPA fines mining company for failing to control dust at Arizona copper smelter
3-19-20 Mexican gray wolf population grows by 24% in the 2019 survey
3-15-20 Tensions emerge as a top Arizona official discusses tribes’ unresolved water claims
3-14-20 Groups sue over groundwater pumping linked to Arizona Army base, warning river is at risk
3-5-20 Court orders EPA to take action on Arizona’s plan to curb harmful air pollution
3-5-20 As a town invests in lobbyists, critics fear it could fast-track Grand Canyon development
2-27-20 These bald eagle nestwatchers help an imperiled species soar again over Arizona
2-26-20 Bills that would strengthen rural groundwater rules die in Arizona Legislature
2-22-20 Rising temperatures are taking a worsening toll on the Colorado River, study finds
2-21-20 Arizona Senate committee shelves groundwater bill after impassioned debate
2-20-20 How is the Verde River doing? Conservation groups give the watershed a C-plus
2-14-20 As Arizona weighs water reforms, farms push back against reporting pumping data
2-11-20 Judge sides with opponents of Rosemont copper mine, overturns wildlife analysis
2-10-20 Health of packs studied, new wolves identified in annual Mexican gray wolf count
2-9-20 Mohave County leaders ask state to help safeguard declining groundwater
2-5-20 Crews cut down cottonwood trees at San Pedro River to make way for Trump's border wall
2-5-20 Family sets aside 2,500 acres for conservation on historic southern Arizona ranch
2-3-20 Concerns grow that Trump's wall will damage rivers, wildlife habitat on Arizona border
2-1-20 Imperiled ocelots found south of the U.S.-Mexico border, renewing concerns about a wall
1-29-20 Swimming pools and lush lawns? As water use slows, that image of Phoenix is changing
1-27-20 Bill would block transfers of Colorado River water from rural areas to growing cities
1-23-20 Trump rollback of clean water rules leaves many Arizona streams without protections
1-15-20 Apache activist Wendsler Nosie followed a lifelong path to Resolution copper mine protest
1-14-20 Legislature plans to address groundwater crisis in rural Arizona

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9-18-20 New poll shows Hoosiers prioritize the environment over the economy, even among Republicans
9-18-20 Op-ed: Environment, political action are priorities for Indiana voters, poll finds
9-8-20 Scrub Hub: What are drainage tiles and why are they an environmental issue?
9-2-20 Hoosiers support climate policies — even if they don’t believe in climate change
8-31-20 IPL to pay millions in fines, upgrades over alleged Clean Air Act violations at Petersburg
8-31-20 ‘Those rooms couldn’t be more white’: Lack of diversity in utilities could hurt customers
8-31-20 Indianapolis is missing some sidewalks. That could present an environmental challenge.
8-25-20 Scrub Hub: Where in Indianapolis can you shop in bulk to cut down on package waste?
8-20-20 Controversial zinc plant that got booted out of Muncie finds new home in Cass County
8-17-20 113,000 more properties may be at risk of flooding in Indiana than previously thought, report says
8-17-20 Is your home at risk of flooding? In these ZIP codes the risk may be greater than thought
8-14-20 Utility shut-offs could start Monday — but it’s hard to say how many will be hit
8-12-20 Utility disconnections for struggling of Hoosiers may begin soon; payment plans extended
8-11-20 Scrub Hub: What is Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett’s record on sustainability?
8-11-20 Scrub Hub: What is the Scrub Hub?
8-7-20 IMS has canceled this year’s Indy 500 balloon release — for now
8-7-20 A cheating Olympian: Why honeysuckle does not play fair
8-6-20 Coal, oil and a library: 10 Indiana requests to break environmental rules during the pandemic
8-6-20 Indiana flooded with dozens of requests to waive environmental regulations during pandemic
8-6-20 Coal, oil and a library: 10 Indiana requests to break environmental rules during the pandemic
8-6-20 Indiana flooded with dozens of requests to waive environmental regulations during pandemic
8-3-20 ‘Food is more important right now’: COVID-19 forces some to struggle paying energy bills
8-3-20 Having trouble paying your energy bill? These programs could help.
7-31-20 Those mystery seeds from China? Might be part of a Amazon review scam
7-30-20 Soybeans at risk? Why Indiana agriculture officials worry about mystery seeds from China
7-29-20 Local groups and state agency appeal Duke rate case, which will raise bills by $15 each month
7-29-20 Paddling the White River to engage with Indianapolis’ waterways
7-24-20 Right to farm: Indiana families ask U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on case over factory farm
7-23-20 With shutoff moratorium ending, utilities must offer payment plans. Here’s how to sign up.
7-21-20 Fireworks put harmful particles in the air that can make it more difficult to breathe
7-20-20 These Indiana fossil fuel companies received PPP loans intended for small businesses
7-20-20 While Indiana coal and gas firms received millions in loans, clean energy was left behind
7-8-20 ‘A magical solution’: Solar developers planting flowers that could help save butterflies and bees
7-7-20 Environmental groups ask DNR to review its policies after alleged racist Lake Monroe assault
7-7-20 ‘We’re behind the curve’: Community gardens struggle to feed food insecure during pandemic
7-5-20 After trade wars and flooding, farmers hoped for a break in 2020. Then the pandemic came.
7-5-20 ‘Is this a blip?’: Some Indiana farmers see +300% spike in business during pandemic
7-1-20 Indiana distilleries step up to produce hand sanitizer during coronavirus pandemic
6-29-20 Utility commission extends moratorium on disconnections by six more weeks
6-29-20 State approves $146 million rate increase for Duke Energy, but 60% less than what it wanted
6-24-20 As the moratorium on utility shutoffs comes to a close, what’s next for consumers still uncertain
6-18-20 Hoosiers sheltering in place this spring took to creating ‘victory gardens’ for climate change
6-17-20 New Indianapolis nonprofit helps Hoosiers turn their homes carbon neutral
6-10-20 Commission investigating the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on utilities, ratepayers
6-8-20 IPL’s Petersburg plant is the worst water polluter in state, violates permit 120 times
5-28-20 As testing ramps up, Indianapolis incinerator proves safe place to dispose of pandemic waste
5-28-20 Recycling contamination up 40% in Marion County as Hoosiers make more waste at home
5-21-20 Lead, Legionella: Experts urge building owners to flush their water lines before reopening
5-18-20 Environmental groups struggle to maintain funding, momentum as COVID-19 pandemic continues
5-15-20 Monroe County sues over Hoosier National Forest project they say threatens their drinking water
5-12-20 You could see rate increases as Indiana utilities seek to defer costs caused by coronavirus
5-12-20 First biologist to study seahorses in the wild announced winner of the Indianapolis Prize
5-10-20 Judge rules in favor of Nora residents in controversial development of Haverstick Woods
5-9-20 After 50 years researching chimpanzees, this Indy Prize finalist sees humanity in their behavior
5-8-20 Walking untethered along the ocean floor: Indy Prize finalist feels a connection with marine life
5-7-20 Face-to-face with a jaguar: This Indy Prize finalist grew to love animals at an early age
5-6-20 The first biologist to study seahorses underwater is a finalist for the $250K Indy Prize
5-5-20 After almost 50 years of saving penguins, this woman is a finalist for the Indianapolis Prize
5-3-20 Indianapolis Prize finalist spent decades preserving habitats for tigers, elephants, apes
5-3-20 The White River: Life was once much different in what is today the posh Canal District
5-3-20 The White River: Boundaries of ‘redlining’ maps still etched in Indianapolis neighborhoods
5-3-20 The White River: Cleanup follows decades of civil rights abuses. Now who will benefit?
5-2-20 Some industrial sites in Indiana may be discharging toxic ‘forever chemicals,’ report says
4-28-20 EPA weakens mercury standards, which experts say could put pollution controls at risk
4-27-20 Cass County accounts for nearly half of new coronavirus cases in Indiana Monday
4-24-20 Meat plant closures amid coronavirus leave farmers stranded, could create pork shortages
4-22-20 Hoosier youths join climate strikers globally on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day
4-21-20 Here’s why you should think twice before planting a Bradford pear tree
4-21-20 These common landscaping plants are now illegal to sell in Indiana. Here’s why.
4-20-20 EPA enforcement is down while industry violations across the Midwest are up, new report says
4-17-20 Here are 50 ways to celebrate 50 years of Earth Day (from your home during the pandemic)
4-17-20 Carmel’s city fleet first to use technology that creates hydrogen energy ‘on demand’
4-14-20 Businesses, groups call on INDOT to stop planning highway project during coronavirus pandemic
4-13-20 Coronavirus forces Indiana dairy farmers to dump milk as supply chain comes to standstill
4-12-20 Air pollution down 38% in Indianapolis as Hoosiers stay home to stop spread of coronavirus
4-5-20 The one-two punch of coronavirus and climate change could be a disaster waiting to happen
4-3-20 New Indiana policy may lax pollution enforcement during pandemic, could put public at risk
4-2-20 ‘Heartwarming’: Indianapolis residents pick up litter, clean the city on their lunch breaks
3-31-20 Overnight, his business vanished: Farmers reliant on restaurants suffer during pandemic
3-25-20 From her parents’ garage to nationwide: Zionsville mom offers affordable lead testing
3-24-20 Disappearing beaches, crumbling roads: Lake Michigan cities face ‘heartbreaking’ erosion
3-19-20 ‘Forever chemicals’ were found in Indianapolis’ tap water. Here’s why that matters.
3-11-20 Indiana approves toxic polluting facility at least a dozen other states would have denied
3-10-20 Republicans push through Indiana’s coal bill, which now heads to governor’s desk
3-5-20 Indiana lawmakers have a few days to make a decision on these environmental bills
2-28-20 Jet fuel cleanup in Pleasant Run Creek could take weeks, officials say
2-27-20 Indiana coal bill stripped of language that could raise customer rates, heads to Senate floor
2-26-20 Tanker explosion leaves ducks covered in jet fuel. How you can help a vet clean them up.
2-25-20 A Purdue professor just met with Pope Francis to discuss hydrogen energy. Here’s how it went.
2-25-20 Jet fuel from I-465 tanker explosion has dripped into a creek. Here’s what’s being done.
2-18-20 Hoosier National Forest burn could hurt drinking water for 140,000 people, opponents say
2-18-20 From redirecting oil tankers to pushing legislation, these 6 Indy Prize finalists are fighting for animals
2-14-20 This group says we need fewer humans. It’s giving out condoms featuring endangered animals.
2-13-20 Indiana’s oldest-ever state employee just retired at 102. And he’s got stories.
2-10-20 First woman to lead Indiana’s wildlife division: ‘It’s not just those who hunt and fish’
2-3-20 Controversial coal bill passes off the House floor, heads to Indiana Senate
2-3-20 The controversial 'coal bailout' bill could raise your rates. Here's what you should know.
1-30-20 Indiana has 45 miles of Lake Michigan shore. Lawmakers kick up sand about who owns it.
1-28-20 Kids fill Indiana Statehouse to ask lawmakers for climate action
1-16-20 Brightmark partnership will help RecycleForce to expand its mission to help formerly incarcerated
1-14-20 Indianapolis poised to study the local effects of climate change
1-14-20 What you need to know about the environmental impacts of Buttigieg's new $1 trillion infrastructure plan
1-10-20 After 15 years and $2B, DigIndy is almost done. It's probably not big enough. Here's why.
1-9-20 Eating at a Patachou restaurant? Your food might have been grown by Butler students.
1-1-20 Woman and her neighborhood fight to protect Pleasant Run
1-1-20 City wants to bend its own rules meant to protect waterways, residents fight back
1-1-20 Activists want Pleasant Run to stay wild

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12-31-19 Winter air really is worse in south, west Phoenix. Here's why.
12-30-19 Competing interests leave Mexican gray wolf recovery efforts at a crossroads
12-27-19 After San Pedro report leaks, groups demand review of Fort Huachuca groundwater pumping
12-21-19 Plan for housing development in Verde Valley sparks heated debate
12-21-19 Video shows groundwater drilling near sensitive spring as border wall construction continues
12-14-19 Feds will review Colorado River rules, Interior boss says, with an eye on long-term risks
12-10-19 Water cutbacks set to begin under deal designed to ‘buy down risk’ on Colorado River
12-6-19 'There's not a maybe': Climate activists 'strike' Phoenix, other cities
12-6-19 It’s one of Arizona’s most precious rivers. Hundreds of new wells may leave it running dry
12-6-19 These 7 industrial farm operations are draining Arizona’s aquifers, and no one knows exactly how much they’re taking
12-6-19 In western Arizona, corporate farms turn water into profits, leaving small towns in the dust
12-6-19 In southeastern Arizona, farms drill a half-mile deep while families pay the price
12-5-19 Arizona has tried to safeguard groundwater beneath its big cities. But things are about to change
12-5-19 Megafarms and deeper wells are draining the water beneath rural Arizona – quietly, irreversibly
12-4-19 The Mount Graham red squirrel continues its slow recovery. Now it faces a new foe.
11-29-19 Arizona environmental regulators grant permit for aluminum plant in La Paz County
11-20-19 ‘They’re going to dry up’: Debate erupts over plan to move water from farmland to suburbs
11-17-19 ‘We need to act fast’: Statewide forum focuses on climate solutions for Arizona
11-15-19 Cummins’ most ambitious environmental plan yet targets net-zero emissions by 2050
11-8-19 Satellite built by students soars to space on mission to map heat in Phoenix, other cities
11-7-19 Tribes raise alarms about proposed ‘memorial forest’ near San Francisco Peaks
10-30-19 Rural counties should take charge of groundwater, former Gov. Bruce Babbitt warns
10-14-19 You could get paid to fish for an invasive species in the Grand Canyon. Here’s how
10-9-19 Forest Service to hold public hearing on Resolution Copper Mine project
9-27-19 Two new dams near the Grand Canyon? Conservation groups call the plan ‘unconscionable’
9-24-19 First group of bison make the move from the Grand Canyon to Oklahoma
9-23-19 Trump repeal of enviro rule will open way for massive AZ project, developer says
9-20-19 Hundreds march across Arizona demanding action on climate change
9-7-19 ‘We don’t want it here’: Residents urge Arizona regulators not to allow aluminum plant
9-6-19 Developer and town propose roads for hotels and hundreds of homes near Grand Canyon
8-15-19 First-ever mandatory water cutbacks will kick in next year along the Colorado River
8-14-19 Feds to delay parts of Arizona border wall construction until October
8-13-19 Toxic groundwater lies beneath Phoenix, and a cleanup has been delayed for years
8-8-19 Feds reissue permit for 28,000-home development near San Pedro River
8-6-19 Arizona environmental group seeks injunction to halt construction of Trump’s border wall
8-1-19 Giant Arizona copper mine on hold after judge blocks construction
7-31-19 Judge blocks Rosemont copper mine, overturning Forest Service decision
7-29-19 These high school runners train in ‘nasty air,’ so they’re working to clean it up
7-24-19 In the West and across the U.S., drilling of deeper wells is ‘unsustainable,’ researchers say
7-17-19 Bill to ban new uranium mining claims near the Grand Canyon passes House committee
7-14-19 He took down dams, freed wolves and preserved wildlands. Bruce Babbitt is still at work
7-13-19 ADEQ is treating soil along I-10 in Pinal County to reduce dust storm risk
7-11-19 Phoenix could feel more like Baghdad by 2050, a new climate study says
7-11-19 Late hours, no pay, diminishing returns: Scouring the Arizona desert for black-footed ferrets
6-29-19 Six black-footed ferret kits born at the Phoenix Zoo’s conservation center
6-26-19 Rabbits, bears and bobcats: How has the Woodbury Fire affected Arizona wildlife habitat?
6-23-19 Captive-born Mexican gray wolf pups released to ‘foster dens’ in Arizona and New Mexico
6-19-19 Federal agency stands by disputed decision on Arizona development near San Pedro River
6-18-19 This is how the state plans to keep drivers safe in dust storms on Arizona roads
6-7-19 Gov. Ducey signs bill to reinstate Heritage Fund, but without any funding
6-5-19 Endangered Mexican gray wolf population boosted by 6 pups at Phoenix Zoo
5-30-19 Bill reinstates voter-approved Heritage Fund, but there’s no money in it for parks
5-29-19 Viral tweets warned of development near Grand Canyon. But is the threat real?
5-22-19 Poll: Most Arizona voters acknowledge climate change and are ‘extremely concerned’
5-20-19 States sign short-term Colorado River drought plan, but global warming looms over long-term solutions
5-20-19 As states gather to sign Colorado River drought plan, focus turns to what’s next
5-17-19 ‘Global heating’; ‘climate crisis’: Why one publication is shifting its language on environmental issues
5-15-19 UN biodiversity report paints bleak future, but ASU researcher says there’s time to reconnect with the environment
5-7-19 Heat deaths in Phoenix reached a record high in 2018
5-5-19 In Arizona’s Santa Rita Mountains, plans for the giant Rosemont mine have unleashed a battle
5-3-19 High-level Trump appointee sought reversal on Arizona development near San Pedro River, ex-official says
4-24-19 ‘Jaguars can’t use Google maps’: Advocates blast U.S. plan for endangered species
4-24-19 Phoenix ranked 7th for most ozone pollution in the nation, receives ‘F’ on new report
4-16-19 President Trump signs bill endorsing Colorado River drought plan
4-13-19 Necropsy reveals brutal shovel beating of Mexican gray wolf
4-9-19 Endangered Mexican gray wolf population increases, but questions linger about recovery progress
4-8-19 Congress authorizes Colorado River drought plan with unanimous approval from Arizona lawmakers
4-4-19 Mexican and US officials discuss fixes for failing sewer systems along the border
3-29-19 Water planning, climate uncertainty are main themes at Phoenix event
3-28-19 Colorado River drought plan clears 2 early hurdles in Congress
3-27-19 Here’s what the Colorado River deal will do, and why some criticize Arizona’s approach
3-26-19 Environmental groups sue EPA, saying it failed to enforce air-quality standards
3-26-19 At Grand Canyon, threats remain both inside and out of the park despite protections
3-13-19 Sweeping public land package draws favor from Arizona Democrats and Republicans
3-1-19 As Arizona nears completion of Colorado River plan, deal remains unfinished in California
2-22-19 Program that gave millions to restoring parks could be coming back under new bill
2-22-19 Federal government suspends permit for large Arizona development near San Pedro River
2-19-19 Does Arizona really use less water now than it did in 1957?
2-19-19 Showdown over water bill averted, clearing way for Arizona to finish Colorado River deal
2-15-19 Dispute puts Arizona’s Colorado River drought deal ‘in serious jeopardy’
2-14-19 Facing cutbacks on the Colorado River, Arizona farmers look to groundwater to stay in business
2-13-19 Arizona trail camera captures ‘Lil’ Jefe,’ a rare ocelot whose species clings to survival in the U.S.
2-2-19 Lawsuit targets federal permit for development near San Pedro River
2-1-19 After Arizona passed the Colorado River drought plan, experts weigh in on what’s next
2-1-19 Colorado River plan in question as top federal water official tells Arizona and California: ‘Close isn’t done’
1-31-19 How will Arizona cope with Colorado River cutbacks? State’s plan would spread ‘the pain’
1-31-19 Arizona Legislature passes historic Colorado River drought plan hours before deadline
1-31-19 Arizona Legislature passes Colorado River drought plan
1-29-19 National parks employees return to work and prepare for another possible shutdown
1-27-19 These key players could decide the fate of the Colorado River drought deal
1-25-19 Saguaro National Park open (barely) during shutdown, and it’s draining visitor fee revenue
1-24-19 What is the Drought Contingency Plan and will it affect me?
1-22-19 As a shortage looms, groundwater takes on added importance in the Colorado River Delta
1-18-19 With Jan. 31 deadline looming, water legislation takes shape in Arizona
1-15-19 Arizona under pressure to pass Colorado River drought plan as deadline nears
1-10-19 Arizona faces unresolved issues as lawmakers prepare to take up Colorado River drought plan
1-7-19 A rancher and an ecologist hike the desert, hunting for water and common ground on the San Pedro River
1-6-19 After wildfire changes the landscape, Arizona bighorn sheep return to historical home
1-5-19 Thinking about installing solar panels? Experts answer 6 common questions
12-27-19 Hoosier College Republicans join national campaign to change GOP position on climate change
12-26-19 IDEM budget dropped almost 20% in the last decade as total state spending increased, report says
12-25-19 'Wish-cycling': How your holiday recycling could be doing more harm than good
12-24-19 Indiana is losing Christmas tree farms, and a changing climate poses problems for those that remain
12-19-19 113 tons of dead fish: Indiana's worst environmental disaster, 20 years later
12-17-19 Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard has an unusual plan to reduce the city's carbon footprint
12-15-19 Gov. Eric Holcomb: Public health in Indiana depends on great childhood start
12-12-19 Environmental groups sue the Indiana steel mill that killed thousands of fish in August cyanide spill
12-12-19 Small farms are dying. This plow-free plan could help save them.
12-11-19 First-of-its-kind program to provide free solar installations for low-income homes in 2020
12-2-19 Second source of toxic chemicals in Franklin known for years, but borders still unclear
12-2-19 Americans produce 25% more trash during the holidays. These tips might help.
11-30-19 Weatherproofing your home could save you $400 — and save the environment. Here’s how to do it.
11-29-19 Indianapolis building gets highest ‘green’ building certification possible
11-27-19 Hoosier pediatrician fights to ‘get plastic off the table’ with rainbow steel kids dinnerware
11-16-19 Conservatives are the ‘missing piece’ of climate change talk, former congressman says
11-15-19 Indianapolis’ recycling reputation is far from favorable — local organizations are trying to change that
11-13-19 How will climate change affect your hometown? This new tool helps you find out.
11-8-19 Why your Duke Energy bill keeps going up, up, up while rates remain the same
10-24-19 Sen. Braun says climate change conversation is ‘polarized,’ forms bipartisan climate caucus
10-9-19 EPA chief travels to Indy, gives state $436 million loan to bring cleaner water to Hoosiers
10-7-19 Indiana steel mill violated Clean Water Act more than 100 times, say groups looking to sue
9-24-19 The White River will never be clean until we tackle this filth hiding in plain sight
9-24-19 ‘You’re drinking the White River’: How safe is it?
9-23-19 The truth about the White River
9-23-19 How IndyStar looked at the safety of the White River
9-23-19 Your pet’s poo is polluting the White River: 5 things you can do to make the river cleaner
9-23-19 About the White River project
9-4-19 Buttigieg unveils $1.5 trillion plan to fight ‘climate catastrophe,’ create 3 million jobs
7-2-19 Duke Energy proposes a 19% rate increase for residential electricity customers
6-28-19 Inspector General: EPA misled Franklin residents about cancer risks in groundwater
6-28-19 Inspector General: EPA misled Franklin residents about cancer risks in groundwater
6-10-19 Indiana is behind nearly every other state in corn planting. Billions are on the line.
6-10-19 Indiana is behind nearly every other state in corn planting. Billions are on the line.
6-7-19 It’s vigilante activist vs. politically connected farmer in Fair Oaks cruelty controversy
6-5-19 Animal welfare group documents calf abuse at iconic Fair Oaks Farms, sparking investigation
6-5-19 City approves previously denied industrial facility in Riverside neighborhood
6-4-19 The city blocked this facility for health concerns. Now it’s getting a second chance.
6-4-19 The future of the White River is in your hands. Here’s what you need to know.
5-29-19 Dangerous oak-killing disease is much worse in Indiana than initially thought
5-29-19 Here’s what you need to know about sudden oak death and what to do if your tree has it
5-24-19 Are the balloons released before the Indy 500 really safe? We tested them.
5-23-19 Dangerous oak-killing disease found in Indiana Walmarts
5-23-19 New Indiana plant could have your trucks and tractors running on plastic bottles, bags and toys
5-23-19 Here are three balloon release controversies that you should know about
5-20-19 Indiana utilities are in midst of identity crisis as customers take power into own hands
5-17-19 How Indiana craft beer is helping save porpoises in Florida
5-15-19 NAACP to Governor: Make social justice and equity part of Indiana’s energy future
5-14-19 Stay dry as you explore wetlands: Beanblossom Bottoms to reopen with elevated boardwalk
5-14-19 ‘Utterly in the dark’: EPA fails to communicate risks of Franklin contamination to exposed families
4-26-19 Hendricks County homeowners wanted relief from the smell of 8,000 neighboring hogs; Indiana court weighs in
4-24-19 Bill legalizing hemp growth and sales in Indiana clears final hurdle, heads to governor
4-23-19 Embattled former EPA head Scott Pruitt is a lobbyist in Indiana. This is who he works for.
4-22-19 In southeast Indianapolis, the city’s industrial past haunts its children
4-18-19 Scott Pruitt left the EPA mired in scandal. Now he is lobbying Indiana lawmakers.
4-12-19 Out-of-state coal interests are funding a battle to keep Indiana coal plants from closing
4-11-19 A measure to put a ‘pause’ on new Indiana electricity projects is defeated — for now
4-5-19 Indiana utilities want to move away from coal. The legislature could slow them down. Here’s how.
3-26-19 A bill that advocates say amounts to a ‘blank check’ for utilities is closer to being law
3-22-19 Indianapolis Starbucks will be among the first to go strawless on most drinks
3-19-19 Company says it removed billboard for being an ‘attack ad’ and without consulting with IMS
3-18-19 Did Indianapolis Motor Speedway flex its muscle to get billboard taken down?
3-4-19 New technology reveals how dangerous vapors may be entering Franklin homes
3-1-19 Fate of imperiled oak tree at Eastwood Middle still hangs in the balance
2-19-19 Indiana finally has its first national park
2-18-19 Indiana Dunes: Everything you need to know about Indiana’s first national park
2-18-19 Indiana’s solar industry has slowed way down. This bill could fix it, but lawmakers won’t hear it.
2-18-19 Indiana’s solar industry has slowed, and lawmakers won’t hear bill to fix it
2-15-19 More than 200-year-old oak tree could be axed to make way for parking at Eastwood Middle
2-12-19 Bill would open ‘gaping wounds of pollution’ flowing into Indiana waterways, critics say
2-11-19 If you thought bobcat hunting had died, a new bill in legislature tried to revive it
2-1-19 Quarry climbing, kayaking, and yes, swimming: City unveils first look at White River plans
1-30-19 Yes, recycling in Indianapolis is worth it. Here are 4 reasons to lug it to the curb.
1-30-19 How Indianapolis became one of the most wasteful big cities in America
1-30-19 In 30 seconds: How Indianapolis has fallen behind in recycling
1-30-19 Here are 10 easy activities for families and kids to reduce, reuse and recycle
1-30-19 How Indiana is throwing away a huge economic opportunity by not recycling
1-22-19 Everything you need to know about contamination and childhood cancer in Franklin, Indiana
1-21-19 ‘Biggest thing to happen to agriculture in my lifetime’: Hemp could soon be grown in Indiana
1-14-19 Utilities admit to leaking toxic chemicals into groundwater, must now clean it up
1-10-19 At 100 years, Cummins looks back on key to success: building cleaner engines
1-7-19 ‘EPA failed Franklin’: Families, environmental group demand investigation into contamination
1-2-19 Kids shooting bows and arrows in schools could help turn declining hunting numbers around
12-27-18 Christmas air pollution exceeded national standard for second year in a row
12-21-18 For people with asthma and breathing problems, winter air pollution can feel deadly
12-18-18 Forest Service moves to revoke permit for hitting wolf
12-17-18 Forest Service moves to revoke rancher’s grazing permit for trapping, hitting endangered wolf
12-14-18 A larger issue looms over short-term Colorado River plan: climate change
12-13-18 ‘Running out of time’: Federal water official sets deadline for Colorado River deal
12-13-18 All eyes are on Arizona as Colorado River meetings open with focus on finishing drought deal
12-13-18 All eyes are on Arizona as Colorado River meetings open with focus on finishing drought deal
12-12-18 Wildfires increase with shrinking snowpack, changes in snowmelt timing
12-6-18 Colorado River drought plan ‘gaining momentum’ as CAP board signals support
11-29-18 ‘Getting close’: Outline of Colorado River drought agreement takes shape in Arizona
11-26-18 Are uranium mines near the Grand Canyon hazardous to wildlife?
11-21-18 Cattle or chainsaws: Is livestock grazing effective for thinning Arizona’s fire-threatened forests?
11-19-18 Grand Canyon flood fattened fish, but it’s not all good news on the Colorado River
11-19-18 Grand Canyon flood fattened fish, but it’s not all good news on the Colorado River
11-11-18 These squirrels have staved off extinction, but they’re still not out of the woods
11-9-18 This digital tool could help the U.S. save more endangered species
11-8-18 Public art challenge looks at how Huhugam people brought water to the Valley of the Sun
11-8-18 Two horses shot dead in national forest, but the reasons why are a mystery
10-25-18 Arizona cancels water meeting amid difficult negotiations on Colorado River deal
10-23-18 Unnatural wonder: A journey into the heart of a river forever changed by human hands
10-9-18 Western states release proposed agreements for drought-stricken Colorado River
10-8-18 Where Arizona candidates stand on climate change, water issues and heat-related deaths
10-8-18 As Arizona feels the effects of climate change, many candidates still aren’t talking about the issue
9-23-18 As California condors struggle in the wild, more are released in northern Arizona
9-18-18 Shade can ease heat, but one neighborhood finds trees are just part of the solution
9-11-18 New research finds Mexican gray wolves aren’t part dog after all
8-28-18 At water-starved Lake Mead and Lake Powell, ‘the crisis is already real,’ scientists say
8-26-18 Central New Mexico Project? How a 50-year-old rule could let New Mexico use Arizona water
8-17-18 Audubon unveils bird-themed beer to raise awareness for Colorado River supply
8-16-18 Arizona may have to cut back on water use in 2020, outlook says
8-9-18 Arizona court clears way for new development to tap groundwater near San Pedro River
8-8-18 Mojave Desert birds have suffered major collapse over the past century, scientists say
8-1-18 After village burns, neighbors try to save key parts of forest to reduce risk
8-1-18 In Flagstaff, restoring forests to prevent fire and disaster
8-1-18 Arizona’s forests are being ravaged by climate change. How much can we save?
7-30-18 Lightning strikes, flames spark and a wildfire becomes an ally in restoring forest health
7-27-18 ‘Everybody’s problem’: Invasive apple snails threaten Salt River ecosystem
7-26-18 Arizona may take on new authority to protect streams and rivers. Conservationists fear looser regulation.
7-25-18 If Starbucks and McDonald’s nix plastic straws, just carry a reusable one
7-22-18 Grand Canyon has cleaner air than other national parks, study says
7-19-18 These wolves need saving. They’re also predators. Cattle ranchers ask: How many is too many?
7-18-18 El Niño predictions show we might be on track for a wet, snowy winter
7-13-18 Volunteers care for Navajo wild horses during drought, despite overpopulation concerns
7-12-18 As the Arizona drought persists, Phoenix’s water use continues to drop
6-29-18 Officials: Drought-contingency plan will be ready for Arizona Legislature’s next session
6-27-18 Drought raises demand for water deliveries to wildlife, but it’s a short-term fix
6-19-18 Arizona outdoor sports groups use billboards to oppose uranium mining in Grand Canyon
6-8-18 ‘It’s all free:’ Researchers look to harvest water from thin air with real-life sci-fi technology
5-24-18 Tap once for warbler: Phone app lets you count Arizona birds for nature research
5-17-18 At the Grand Canyon, squirrel selfies can be dangerous to your health
5-13-18 Can Mexican gray wolves survive in Mexico? Ranchers, advocates square off in familiar debate
5-9-18 After disease outbreak, Apache trout are returning to waterways in the White Mountains
5-4-18 Arizona water agencies pledge to work together on Colorado River drought plan
5-2-18 Utility’s tree-planting program in Phoenix brings shade to a city in need of it
4-19-18 CAP to meet with upper Colorado River officials in response to water ‘manipulation’ charge
4-11-18 American Rivers puts lower Colorado River atop its annual list of troubled waters
4-4-18 After dry winter, Colorado River forecasters look for 6th-driest runoff year
4-1-18 For Arizona’s once-dwindling bald eagle population, recovery starts in the nest
3-30-18 LA installs off-white streets to beat heat — could Phoenix be next?
3-29-18 In Big Bend, a border wall could divert bears, bighorn sheep from a comeback trail
3-27-18 Back from the brink, the Sonoran pronghorn now roam an increasingly political landscape
3-23-18 ‘We have plans for our water’: Yuma farmers, officials voice opposition to water bills
3-21-18 Climate change could drive bald eagles to extinction in Grand Canyon, study says
3-19-18 Farmers, Coca-Cola and conservationists: Unlikely partners fight drought along Verde River
3-6-18 Phoenix tests ‘HeatReady’ program to prepare for extreme heat
3-2-18 Arizona water managers disagree on how to prevent a shortage on the Colorado River
3-1-18 Drinking to a river’s health: Arizona brewers and farmers fight drought with beer
2-27-18 Trump’s border wall: Judge rejects environmental challenges
2-26-18 Can Mexican gray wolves coexist with people, cattle? Ranchers, conservationists test the idea
2-22-18 Endangered Mexican gray wolf population remained flat in new count
2-14-18 Arizona Republic editor Nicole Carroll named USA TODAY editor in chief
2-10-18 Battle over public lands shifts to D.C. as Flake, Gosar push for sale in La Paz County
2-9-18 Judge hears arguments over waivers of environmental laws in construction of Trump’s border wall
2-8-18 Environmentalists head to court in effort to block border-wall construction
1-31-18 Arizona elk headed to W. Virginia as East looks to undo native species’ regional extinction
1-24-18 Lawmakers want Arizona to consider taking control of public lands from feds
1-23-18 Deadly metro Phoenix heat demands action, Maricopa County official says
1-11-18 The fish that clean Phoenix’s canals are gorging themselves and getting even bigger
1-8-18 100 wolves enough? Jeff Flake wants to remove federal protections for Mexican gray wolves
1-3-18 Could climate change kill chocolate? There’s an even bigger story for Arizona’s food supply
12-28-18 A howling good time: Wolves celebrate Christmas with a bacon-draped tree at Wolf Park
12-24-18 ‘Now it’s on us to fix’: Fearing for their future, Hoosier kids are taking control
12-22-18 ‘Hunters and Hoosiers should be scared’: Deadly deer disease threatens Indiana’s borders
12-15-18 A decade of fish poop, algae and dirt is being scraped out of the Indiana Central Canal
12-14-18 Mysterious tubes and a mannequin head: Quirky craft store opens near Fountain Square
12-7-18 Indiana group is suing USDA over the way it gives money to farms with thousands of animals
12-4-18 Proposed Indiana coal plant would put millions of tons of dangerous chemicals in air
11-27-18 ‘Substantial loss of life’: What the climate change report says about Indiana
11-27-18 Duck poop? Yes. Eggshells? Of course. On this Carmel homestead, nothing goes to waste
11-27-18 Water is a human right’: Indy native’s nonprofit helps bring clean water to the world
11-27-18 Climate change will take a bite out of our economy. Here’s what Indianapolis wants to do about it.
11-20-18 Here’s how to avoid throwing Thanksgiving leftovers in the trash
11-16-18 5 ways to save money and shop for a waste-free Thanksgiving
11-15-18 An Indiana company is about to up its paper straw production by 700 percent
11-9-18 Erin Brockovich in Indianapolis: ‘I hope we wake up to the things we’re doing’
11-5-18 ‘Clearly they haven’t cleaned up the source’: New test results confirm Franklin contamination
11-2-18 This Indiana utility may have just put the final nail in coal’s coffin
10-31-18 Indiana senate candidates got another chance at this question. Some say they failed again.
10-29-18 Indianapolis will get its share of $70 million prize to tackle sustainability goals
10-29-18 Declawing lions, tigers now illegal after Indiana lawsuit against vet who declawed 12 big cats
10-28-18 New lawsuit says EPA is putting health, environment at risk when it comes to toxic coal ash
10-27-18 As Trump prepares to speak to farmers, their future seems uncertain
10-22-18 People really want to get in the White River, city planners have learned
10-20-18 ‘A vote for science is a vote for creation’: New Indiana religious billboard not what you expect
10-19-18 Meet the company sucking cancer-causing chemicals out of the ground throughout the Midwest
10-17-18 This is how you can prevent an explosion if you smell natural gas.
10-17-18 ‘They lost what they call home’: Danger of natural gas explosions lurks just beneath surface
10-9-18 Hole in dam near 16th Street drops water levels nearly 6 feet
9-29-18 Winner of world’s top conservation prize has discovered new species. And grew a bug in his foot.
9-27-18 ‘I was sure I was going to die’: Son fights for grizzly bears after one nearly killed his dad
9-20-18 Northern Indiana utility ditching coal in favor of renewable energy in next 10 years
9-17-18 As Indiana towns grapple with climate change a new tool could save them money
9-10-18 Residents warned not to use open flame near site of jet fuel spill in Indiana River
8-30-18 Lead, other hazardous contamination at southwest Indianapolis site the target of EPA cleanup
8-27-18 Purdue professor sets world record for fastest arrangement of the periodic table of elements
8-27-18 Trump EPA’s new energy plan tries to save coal industry, but puts public health at risk
8-24-18 Common Indiana songbird under threat from climate change
8-24-18 How an encounter with Indianapolis trash led this woman to launch her small business
8-20-18 State is investigating manure spill near Beaver Creek that killed thousands of fish in July
8-20-18 New model developed by IU researchers helps predict landslide risks in Indiana, worldwide
8-20-18 Purdue researchers take on mosquito diseases like Zika and West Nile with new device
8-12-18 EPA documents: Contamination in Johnson County known for decades but still being cleaned up
8-6-18 Wisconsin company acquires Indiana-made Aardvark paper straws to meet skyrocketing demand
8-5-18 Invasive plants are harming Hoosier gardens and farms. A grassroots effort wants to help.
8-3-18 Indiana-based Cummins recalls 500,000 trucks over faulty system releasing excess pollution
8-3-18 A hidden oasis in the heart of Keystone could be a new gateway to the White River
8-2-18 Franklin Schools testing reveals trace levels of toxins, schools are safe but more testing ahead
8-1-18 Your produce is less healthy than it was 70 years ago. These farmers might change that
7-31-18 It’s going to get a lot harder to farm in Indiana, according to this Purdue report
7-29-18 We know single-use plastics are bad. Why can’t we stop using them?
7-27-18 Superintendent: Franklin elementary schools won’t open if chemical test results ‘unfavorable’
7-23-18 These Indianapolis bars and restaurants are joining the anti-plastic-straw movement
7-22-18 Not just Starbucks and McDonald’s: Indianapolis restaurants are ditching plastic straws
7-20-18 Franklin schools hires environmental firm to ensure safety for elementary students
7-19-18 ‘Disastrous consequences’: EPA changes to toxic coal ash rules could hurt Hoosiers
7-18-18 Pulliam Trust awards more than $2 million in grants to Indy Area charities
7-17-18 Here’s why this Carmel teacher’s family got strange looks on their cross-country road trip
7-17-18 ‘We’ve had kids die’: Test results show dangerous contamination levels in Johnson County town
7-16-18 These tiny plastics make their way up the food chain and into your diet
7-16-18 This species of spider is the size of a crayon tip and was just discovered in Indiana
7-15-18 Plogging? You know, when you jog and pick up litter at the same time
7-15-18 The dust in your home could be contaminated with lead. This researcher wants to help you.
7-10-18 We ‘turned our back’ on the White River. Now, Indianapolis wants to make it a destination.
7-10-18 Indiana Jones honored by Indianapolis Zoo: Harrison Ford wins award for wildlife conservation
7-9-18 In Hendricks County, Ronald Reagan Parkway extension pits science against growth
7-5-18 Expect to see more sinkholes in Indianapolis’ future, geology expert says
6-24-18 Indiana-made Aardvark paper straws see ‘unprecedented growth’ as restaurants ditch plastic
6-19-18 Carmel teacher’s family road trip across the U.S. takes a ‘trashy’ turn
6-12-18 The 2018 Indianapolis Prize winner has discovered 18 species, meet Russ Mittermeier
6-9-18 From pigeons to seabirds and sharks, Carl Safina shares the stories of our natural world
6-8-18 Russ Mittermeier discovers 18 new species and travels to more than 170 countries
6-7-18 P. Dee Boersma travels to tip of Argentina to protect world’s largest Magellanic penguin colony
6-6-18 Nora residents sue the city over controversial zoning decision
6-6-18 Saving the snow leopards: Rodney Jackson treks the Himalayas in search of the spotted cat
6-4-18 A lack of trees might hurt Indianapolis’ growth. Here’s why.
6-1-18 Those chocolate bars with endangered species on the wrapper are made in Indianapolis
6-1-18 A woman says she found Indy 500 balloons. In Ohio.
5-30-18 IPL customers fearing a $10 to $20 rate increase may be in luck, state agency says: ‘Deny it’
5-24-18 As 300,000 spectators descend on Indianapolis for Indy 500, city warns about being outside
5-22-18 Mile-a-minute vine: What you need to know about the plant that can grow 6 inches a day
5-22-18 New Macaque monkeys at Indianapolis Zoo known for swimming, diving and photo-bombing
5-21-18 The Indy 500 is actually super trashy
5-18-18 Watch out, gearheads, solar power could be coming to the Speedway at Indianapolis 500
5-17-18 IDEM wants to change the way you see air permit proposals, and the public is not happy
5-15-18 Rose Acre Farms eggs gave a Florida woman salmonella, lawsuit alleges
5-15-18 DNR Director: ‘We heard you,’ says no to bobcat hunting and killing nuisance wildlife
5-10-18 Bobcats, raccoons and coyotes might be saved, now it’s up to the Natural Resources Commission
5-7-18 8 City-County councillors to state: Don’t approve IPL’s rate increase
5-7-18 This farm said it had a USDA inspector onsite daily. But people still got sick.
5-4-18 IPL wants to raise rates, but the city won’t be able to weigh in or stop them — here’s why
4-20-18 Here are the do’s, don’ts and definition for citizen science — just in time for Earth Day
4-20-18 People of faith to IPL: This rate hike is immoral
4-19-18 Indiana has a polluted reputation. Here’s how bad it is.
4-19-18 If you love Indiana and the environment, read this
4-18-18 IPL customers could see bills go up by $10 to $20 per month; hearings for public comment next week
4-18-18 Gen Con 2018 to slay waste with new sustainability efforts at gaming event
4-10-18 These fruits, vegetables grown in Indiana are on ‘Dirty Dozen’ list of produce with most pesticides
4-10-18 Driftwood Hills residents feel shut out of negotiations for controversial development
4-6-18 This is why Hoosiers may soon have to worry about diseases such as malaria and Zika
4-3-18 This is why bacteria could be the answer to your pothole prayers
3-28-18 Marathon Pipeline agrees to $335,000 in EPA settlement for 2016 Wabash River diesel spill
3-28-18 New reports: Contaminants from coal ash at levels 40 times above safe drinking water standards
3-26-18 Indiana lawmaker’s proposed tax credit could save coal industry billions
3-23-18 Hoosiers to DNR: ‘Stop the murder’ of bobcats, raccoons, coyotes and opossums
3-21-18 More than 40,000 gallons of diesel spill in southwest Indiana, cleanup underway
3-18-18 Could this ‘clean coal’ plant proposal be answer to Indiana’s 17 billion tons of reserves?
3-18-18 Betting on ‘clean coal’: Why some see it as a crucial part of our energy future — and some don’t
3-12-18 Indianapolis Nora residents get second chance after opposing Keystone Crossing project
3-5-18 Indiana DNR proposes to allow hunting and trapping of bobcats
3-2-18 Effort to allow Hoosier farmers to grow industrial hemp stalls after governor intervenes
3-1-18 DNR proposes new rule requiring animal control workers to kill critters
2-27-18 More than 55 million gallons of sewage kept out of White River by DigIndy tunnel
2-25-18 Indianapolis Nora residents opposed a developer and won. Now, they’ve changed their minds.
2-25-18 ‘Tragic consequences’: new bill could rob asbestos disease victims of rights to seek justice
2-19-18 Noxious weed seeds? Green jobs galore? Some environmental bills are still alive at the Indiana statehouse
2-12-18 Indiana’s forests are in danger, and the threat: You
2-11-18 Can cutting trees be good for Indiana forests? Or is it just about timber profits?
2-9-18 Indiana judge criticized by Trump to preside over border wall case with wildlife focus
2-7-18 Indiana added 93 percent fewer solar jobs in 2017
2-7-18 This is who decides your utility bill, and why you haven’t heard of them
2-6-18 Monkeys and musk ox — Indy Zoo names six finalists for leading animal conservation award
2-5-18 IPL to cut roughly 100 jobs in Indiana in coming months
1-18-18 HOAs rain on homeowners’ solar parade, residents’ property rights
1-17-18 Are Christians becoming more environmentally conscious? A new study says no.
1-11-18 Eight masked protesters issued warnings at Yellowwood Forest
1-9-18 Recent cold snap shatters Polar Vortex records for natural gas demand — could send bills surging
1-5-18 Why Indiana’s extreme cold could lead to more power outages —​​​​​​​ and higher bills
1-3-18 This is how science links cold weather and global warming
1-3-18 This is why someone would install a $70K solar system in Carmel
1-1-18 How to make ‘going green’ a 2018 resolution — and actually do it
1-1-18 Trump solar tariffs could further destabilize Indiana solar industry

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