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Five takeaways from a week of educating for environmental change
By Elizabeth Grennan Browning
This summer, teachers from across Indiana attended the Educating for Environmental Change workshops to learn effective strategies for teaching climate change concepts in the classroom. ERI's Elizabeth Grennan Browning provides a synopsis of an energizing week of discussion with Indiana educators.Read the full article
What do Hoosiers think about climate change?
By Jonathan Hines and Matt Houser
Confronting climate change in Indiana depends largely on Hoosiers’ awareness and acceptance of its impact. A 2019 statewide survey commissioned by the Environmental Resilience Institute offers a look into Hoosiers’ attitudes toward climate change.Read the full article
We helped write the Clean Power Plan, and Trump's do-nothing replacement is an outrage
By Gina McCarthy, Janet McCabe, and Joseph Goffman
ERI's Janet McCabe explains the ramifications of the EPA's recent repeal and replacement of the Clean Power Plan. The three authors, who helped write the plan, explain how it was designed to embrace the Clean Air Act while the new rule is not.Read the full article
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Summer Science Institute Helps Indiana Educators Teach About Climate Change
IER | July 16, 2019
Indiana teachers come to summer camp to learn how to teach about climate-related issues.Read the full article
IU embeds students in cities across Indiana to study climate change
ABC57 | July 4, 2019
A master’s student from Indiana University-Bloomington is spending the summer in Goshen studying the city’s greenhouse gas emissions.Read the full article
Terre Haute meets air quality standard for sulfur dioxide
Indiana Public Media | July 3, 2019
USEPA announced Terre Haute and the rest of Vigo County now meets air quality standards for sulfur dioxide.Read the full article
Ticks may be expanding reach, bringing pathogens with them
Effingham Daily News | July 2, 2019
IU assistant professor Karo Omodior searches for--and finds--ticks in civilized settings.Read the full article
What does Trump's new carbon emissions rule mean for Kentucky?
WFPL | June 28, 2019
The Institute's Janet McCabe discusses how the new Affordable Clean Energy rule differs from the Clean Power Plan.Read the full article
Trump admin submits final rule to kill Obama Clean Power Plan
The Hill | June 19, 2019
Former USEPA officials argue the new rule would do little to cut carbon emissions at a time when climate change is becoming a growing global concern.Read the full article
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