Does this sound familiar?  You head down to the lake with your family, or plan a kayaking trip on the river.  When you get to the water though it’s covered in a blanket of slime.  No, it’s not the Blob – it’s blue-green algae. Unfortunately, you’ve probably already seen it somewhere in Indiana.  Blue-green algae […]

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OpEd from Sunday, June 20 by HEC Executive Director Jesse Kharbanda Tackle oil dependence with local decisions With the BP oil disaster continuing to devastate the Gulf Coast, many Hoosiers wonder how — hundreds of miles from that distressed region — we can make any dent in helping to solve this extraordinary national tragedy. Many […]

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Senators Evan Bayh (D) and Richard Lugar (R) have both have repeatedly reaffirmed their belief in the science of global warming.  It was therefore a great disappointment that they both voted for the Murkowski amendment, which would have voided a rigorous, science-based “endangerment finding” related to the link between global warming and public health.  The […]

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June 2, 2010 Indy Star article on I-69 by Dan Carpenter

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