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Explainer: How can art serve as an entry point to environmental awareness?
ERI Artistic Social Practice Fellow Maria Whiteman recently spoke with the ERI Explainer about the role art can play in helping people connect to the environment.Read the full article
IU program to help Indiana communities develop greenhouse gas reduction plans
Up to nine local governments in Indiana will be developing plans in 2020 to address greenhouse gas emissions as part of the next phase of an Indiana University program.Read the full article
McCabe article analyzes EPA’s weakening of air pollution rules for industry
ERI Staff Writer
A new article co-authored by Janet McCabe details how the Trump Administration is weakening the Clean Air Act to appease industry at the expense of public health.Read the full article
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Indiana Drawdown Presentation
Indiana Drawdown | October 25, 2019
Daniel Poynter of Indiana Drawdown presented at the Institute as a part of our Affiliates Talks series.Watch the talk
ERI officials discuss the Hoosier Resilience Index
AIM | October 24, 2019
Janet McCabe and Andrea Webster sit down to give a preview of the Hoosier Resilience Index that is launching soon.Listen to the podcast
The harbingers of winter will be back soon
The Middletown Press | October 20, 2019
As juncos start to return to signal winter is coming, signs that they are in trouble arise.Read the full article
Why Indiana is putting "backpacks" on birds
BTN LiveBIG | October 19, 2019
Birds are flying around with "backpacks" to study bird migration and climate change.Read the full article
From Corn To Solar: For Some Farmers, There's 'More Money In Producing Electrons'
Indiana Public Media | October 18, 2019
Hoosier farmers are making less money per acre than they have in years, but some are trading corn and soybeans for solar panels.Read the full article
What Happens Now After Last Month's Climate Strikes?
Indiana Public Media | October 17, 2019
A conversation about climate change, strikes, and what's next in the climate movement with Janet McCabe, Nathaniel Geiger, and more.Listen to the program
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