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Hoosiers concerned about cleaning waterways over lowering taxes, poll says – Indy Star
Free CAFO workshop coming up in Columbus – The Republic
Creating next great chapter for Anderson – The Herald Bulletin
Indiana mayor says trail plan could help cities grow – Indianapolis Business Journal
Ask Renee: Saving greenspaces requires action — and sometimes it works – NUVO
EPA proposes rule to do away with waters of the U.S. – WFYI
Mayors Back Mounds Greenway – Inside Indiana Business
East Chicago residents seek time to comment on West Calumet demo – NWI Times
Hoosiers Split on Trump Decision to Abandon Paris Climate Accord – WFYI
Mayors pledge to take the lead on fighting climate change – Indy Star
Building confidence in environmental health – Tribune Star
Cleanup focuses on beautifying city – Herald Bulletin
Our Opinion: Coal Ash Oversight Essential – News & Tribune
Polluters Ask Trump Administration to Cut Safeguards for Nation’s No. 2 Toxic Pollution Threat – Earthjustice
Indiana slashes incentives for rooftop solar – Clean Technica
As EPA faces cuts, some say agency is good for Hoosiers, not ‘bad for business’ – Indy Star
Documents: U.S. Steel toxic leak 584 times allowable limit – NWI Times
Indiana Solar Overhaul Bill Moves to Governor’s Desk for Final Approval – PV-Tech
Indiana State Parks in Dire Need of Repairs, Environmental Groups Say – RTV-6
Guys & Gals Collecting Shoes to Aid Less Fortunate – The Batesville Herald Tribute
Net Metering Bill Moves Forward – Kokomo Perspective
Rock Legend Todd Rundgren, Environmentalist Jesse Kharbanda, and CEO Jim Alling ’83 to Receive Honorary Degrees at May’s Commencement – DePauw University
CAFO Confusion: ‘Bad Legislation” is Best Left to Die in the Senate – The Journal Gazette
Watch 2 Bills That Will Damage Indiana’s Environment – The Times Sentinel
A Spring Greening Update on Environmental Legislation – NUVO
Indiana Groups React to Trump’s Executive Order on Clean Water Rule – Indiana Public Media
Guest Column: Inovateus Solar Opposes Senate Bill 309 – PV Magazine (an article by HEC Green Business, Inovateus Solar)
Solar Energy Bill Passes Indiana Senate Committee – WTHI TV
Hoosiers Speak Out Against Factory Farms – Public News Service
Residential, Commercial Sprawl Threatens Farmland – Rushville Republican
Hoosier Environmental Council Talks Policy – Lafayette Journal & Courier
Net metering bill would make Indiana an outlier on solar policy – Midwest Energy News
Pruitt’s Dangerous Vision for EPA – Courier-Journal
HEC sets 2017 legislative priorities for Indiana – NUVO
Bill alarms solar-power advocates – Indiana Business Journal
Hoosier Environmental Council Prepares for Change – Kokomo Perspective
Hoosiers encouraged to reduce their carbon footprints – The Herald Bulletin
Closing IPL’s toxic ponds could cost millions – Indianapolis Business Journal
Environmentalists hope to tie economy, conservation in 2017 session – WBAA
Indiana Environmentalist of the Year braces for uncertain energy future – South Bend Tribune
Tully: Fighting for the environment in the Trump era – Indianapolis Star
Indiana can continue environmental progress toward a green ’17 – Journal Gazette
Bi-partisan group concerned about coal ash impact on drinking water – The Indy Channel
Environmental activists gather in response to election – Indiana Public Media
Environmental council brings Hoosiers together to discuss sustainability – WLFI
Flint water crisis offers lesson to other communities – Public News Service
Greening the Statehouse draws huge crowd – The Times Sentinel
Hike offers a way to promote Mounds Greenway – The Herald Bulletin
Pence vetoes effort to limit environmental regs – Indianapolis Star
Our Opinion: Close the lid on canned hunts in Indiana – South Bend Tribune
Pence vetoes compromise environmental bill – The Indiana Lawyer
Opponents question fairness of ‘canned hunting’ in Indiana – South Bend Tribune
Bill bans cities from restricting plastic bags – RTV6
Legislative session ends with amendments to environmental bills – Indiana Daily Student
Indiana Lawmakers 2016 – Episode 8 – WFYI
‘No more stringent’ restrained – The Indiana Lawyer
Don’t hinder Indiana’s ability to ensure clean water – Indianapolis Star
Want to help Indiana? Then kill this bill – Indianapolis Star
Sickened By Smells, Retired Farmer Looks To Challenge Indiana’s Right To Farm Law – WFYI
Money, property are top greenway concerns – The Herald Bulletin
Exide rejects $31M clean air proposal – The Star Press

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