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- 02/12/16--23:03: _Harding Street powe...
- 06/27/16--07:00: _IPL seeks rate hike...
- 09/26/16--03:57: _State seeking input...
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- 11/25/14--20:11: U.S. Supreme Court to review EPA power-plant standards
- 03/06/15--23:01: Ballard: Polluters dawdling on brownfield cleanup
- 06/24/15--20:02: Indiana plans to defy Obama on climate change plan
- 09/20/15--15:00: Notre Dame to reduce carbon footprint after pope's plea
- 09/24/15--19:22: Volkswagen to be subpoenaed in probe by 27 states
- 10/09/15--06:48: VW might compensate owners of diesel cars for loss of value
- 11/17/15--19:58: EPA intends tougher downwind air-pollution rule in 23 states
- 12/24/15--06:26: Climate pact means emissions need to drop below zero
- 02/09/16--19:51: Supreme Court puts Obama's Clean Power Plan on hold
- 02/12/16--23:03: Harding Street power plant's move away from coal is watershed moment
- 06/27/16--07:00: IPL seeks rate hike to clean up Petersburg coal plant
- 09/26/16--03:57: State seeking input on IPL's $100M plan to upgrade Petersburg plant
- 10/09/17--08:49: Trump administration to roll back Obama climate plan
- 01/25/18--19:36: EPA ends clean air policy opposed by fossil fuel interests
The U.S. Supreme Court is stepping into a new case about Obama administration environmental rules, agreeing to review a ruling that upholds emission standards for mercury and other hazardous air pollutants from coal- and oil-fired power plants.
The owners of more than 20 polluted industrial sites in Indianapolis are hiding behind the legal protections of a state-run voluntary program to delay cleanup, Mayor Greg Ballard alleges in a letter to state regulators.
Indiana will not comply with President Barack Obama's plan to battle climate change by requiring reductions in emissions from coal-fired power plants, Gov. Mike Pence said Wednesday.
Notre Dame President John Jenkins plans to announce Monday that the university will spend $113 million on renewable energy sources, including a hydroelectric project, solar power and geothermal fields.
A majority of U.S. states, including Indiana, have begun a joint investigation of Volkswagen AG in the widening fallout from the company’s admission that 11 million of its diesel vehicles use software to cheat emissions tests.
Earlier this week, Kelley Blue Book said the value of VWs with 2-liter diesel engines had fallen 13 percent since mid-September, about when the automaker's emissions cheating scandal came to light.
The Environmental Protection Agency proposed tougher new limits on Tuesday on smokestack emissions from nearly two dozen states—including Indiana—that burden downwind areas with air pollution from power plants.
The strict standards of the Dec. 12 Paris agreement leave some observers wondering whether politicians understand the implications of the goals they signed up for.
The surprising move is a blow to the administration and a victory for the coalition of 27 mostly Republican-led states, including Indiana, and industry opponents that call the regulations "an unprecedented power grab."
Under pressure to meet stringent clean-air regulations, Indianapolis Power & Light Co. is converting the Harding Street plant to natural gas.
IPL has filed petitions with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission to install $100 million worth of pollution controls at Petersburg, a move it says will allow it to meet strict environmental regulations.
The utility says the move would allow it to keep burning coal at the Pike County plant and meet strict environmental regulations for sulfur dioxide and coal ash.
The Clean Power Plan aimed to restrict greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants. The EPA now is expected to declare the rules exceed federal law.
State attorneys general in New York and seven nearby states say they can't meet strict smog standards because states in the Midwest and south are not controlling air pollution.
The Trump administration announced Thursday it is doing away with a decades-old air emissions policy opposed by fossil fuel companies, a move that environmental groups say will result in more pollution.