Thirty-one million people living in river deltas are at high risk of experiencing flooding and other impacts from tropical cyclones and climate change, according to a study by Indiana University researchers.
About 250 trees will be planted in New Albany by the end of the year with the first phase of the effort likely to begin in early November.
Indiana University and its Kelley School of Business are joining more than 20 leading Midwestern higher education institutions, non-profits, and local governments convening to develop a Midwestern response to the climate crisis.
Disconnected utilities, evictions, and debt are disproportionately affecting households of color during the pandemic, researchers report.
While many student internship opportunities vanished this summer due to COVID-19 concerns, the Indiana Sustainability Development Program persevered and continued to serve Indiana University students and the state.
Researchers hope new studies of these widespread birds will reveal their movements—and tip us off to disease outbreaks and other threats.
Households of color continue to be affected at disproportionate rates during the COVID-19 pandemic, with utility disconnections, evictions and debt higher in their communities than in their white counterparts.
The lawsuit has sparked interest on how the switch from coal to natural gas will have a significant effect on the air quality and the health of the surrounding community in Indianapolis. Coal-fired power plants such as IPL have been contributing to a nationwide issue of air pollution.
Educating for Environmental Change, an Environmental Resilience Institute-supported program to help Indiana educators teach climate change in the classroom, recently received Indiana’s top environmental award, the Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence, for “extraordinary initiatives in protecting the environment.”
IU's statewide survey finds area residents making some concessions to climate.
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