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Five questions Indiana’s gubernatorial candidates need to answer about energy equity

As Indiana prepares for its upcoming gubernatorial election this November, voters need to understand where the candidates stand on crucial issues.  Chief among those issues...

Indiana low-income solar programs get more than $117 million in federal funding

By VIOLET COMBER-WILEN New federal funding will allow for the development of low-income solar programs throughout the state. The Environmental Protection Agency’s Solar for All Funding distributed $7...

Small ways to make a difference on Global Recycling Day

Celebrate Global Recycling Day on March 18 by giving some household items a second life. Two of the most important things to know about recycling...

Wading through Indiana’s wetlands

Indiana’s environmental landscape has been a topic of debate during the 2024 legislative session, with the environmental bill Act (HEA) 1383 fast-tracked through both chambers before recess.

Diving into diversity: Empowering Black and Brown youth through aquatic exploration and conservation

In a world where access to aquatic activities remains somewhat of a privilege for many, a few Indianapolis organizations are working tirelessly to break...

Update on Bloomington’s renewable energy work 

In 2023, Bloomington, Indiana, invested $850,000 in solar expansion for residents, nonprofits and businesses in the city. These contributions make Bloomington a Gold SolSmart...

Local organizations partner to raise awareness during National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

Lead poisoning is a public health issue that has affected people tremendously since the Industrial Revolution. Many people, specifically children, face lead-filled dangers daily....

IndyHub and CICP to shape the future of Indy’s youth with summit 

IndyHub and the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) will host the SHAPE (Y)OUR FUTURE Summit, a free conference designed for millennials and Gen Z...

The three-fold fight of environmental justice: Black advocates are already providing solutions, now they need support

Environmental justice issues are an “interwoven tapestry” of entities and people working together to solve problems within the United States. A new report from...

Gary community group questions proposed biofuel plant emission calculations, litigation tactics

A community group in Gary, Indiana, is concerned that a planned biofuel operation will add more pollutants to the city’s already toxic environment and...
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