Indiana residents care more about the environment than you might think, a new poll suggests. Top among their concerns are improving air quality, cleaning up polluted waterways, protecting wildlife and reversing climate change.
Overdose Lifeline, Inc., held its 4th annual memorial charity golf outing on Thursday at Dye’s Walk Country Club in Greenwood.
An answer to a recycling question leads to a plug for the environmental justice art exhibit in the Interchurch Gallery.
Justin Brown is an Indianapolis-based visual/audio/sensory/performance artist with a focus on science and surveillance. Justin will have his piece which features a long list of chemicals found in the water, air and…
Christina Clark is a lawyer who has turned to a life of art.
Overdose Lifeline helps explain obstacles to using naxalone to stop an overdose
OBAT Helpers has been mobilizing volunteers from around the world to serve in Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh.
While the overall news was good, there was an 8 percent increase in the number of unsheltered homeless individuals from last year to this year—meaning people who aren’t currently receiving services.
Ann Johnson/aka F.B. Fogg is an award-winning artist and entrepreneur. She will have 2 pieces shown at the Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter exhibition, Environmental Justice in Indiana
“The Center for Interfaith Cooperation has become an important part of the religious and cultural fabric of our city and state. We are honored to be designated the 2018 Interfaith Ambassadors of the Year.”