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EcoReport – February 25, 2016

In today’s Eco-Report feature, we will listen to excerpts from the Panel Discussion at the Clean Power Forum held in Bloomington last week. Speakers include Janet McCabe from the EPA, Jesse Kharbanda from the Hoosier Environmental Council, Mark Maassell of the Indiana Energy Association, and Ken Richards- Professor of Environmental Economics at IU Bloomington.

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EcoReport – Clean Power Plan Forum

Today’s EcoReport Feature gives you highlights from the Panel Discussion at the Clean Power Forum held in Bloomington this week. Speakers include Janet McCabe from the EPA, Jesse Kharbanda from the Hoosier Environmental Council, Mark Maassell of the Indiana Energy Association, and Ken Richards- Professor of Environmental Economics at IU Bloomington.

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EcoReport – February 18, 2016

In today’s Eco-Report feature, Janet McCabe, from the Environmental Protection Agency, talks at the Clean Power Plan Forum Monday night in Bloomington, about the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan and it’s potential impact on Indiana. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and …

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Janet McCabe from the EPA on the Clean Power Plan –

In today’s Eco-Report feature, Janet McCabe, from the Environmental Protection Agency, talks at the Clean Power Plan Forum Monday night in Bloomington, about the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan and it’s potential impact on Indiana.

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Group of Experts on Environmental Policy Debate Merits of EPA’s Clean Power Plan

Last night a group of experts on environmental policy converged to debate the merits of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Just last week, the Supreme Court delayed the implementation of the plan, which sets limits on carbon emissions from power plants. States across the country, including Indiana, have filed lawsuits challenging the legality of the regulations. Speaking last night were …

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Daily Local News – August 4, 2015

Despite the advice of public health officials, most high school students in Indiana are not being vaccinated against human papillomavirus, or HPV; The EPA has proposed controversial new rules for coal-fired power plants which could have big implications for Indiana; Ivy Tech Community College in Bloomington has announced it will be the home of a new location for the Indiana …

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Gov. Pence Refuses To Comply With EPA

Earlier today Governor Mike Pence announced that Indiana would refuse to comply with the EPA’s proposed clean power plan. The Clean Power Plan calls for a 20 percent reduction in carbon dioxide levels across the country by 2030. Pence says that would mean the premature closure of coal-fired power plants in Indiana. Eighty percent of Indiana’s energy comes from coal, …

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Interchange – PCBs Under the Rug: A 2007 Interchange Interview

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…in a community that would like to pride itself on being environmentally friendly and attracting people to a safe, comfortable place to live, such as Bloomington, we don’t want to admit that we’ve got this huge unresolved problem; it’s not good for our image. I think the community leaders, the elected officials, have been schizophrenic about dealing with this problem …

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Bloomington Aims to Be the Next US City to Place Restrictions on Single-Use Plastic Bags

The Center for Sustainable Living in Bloomington has put together a committee to try and reduce the number of single-use plastic bags in the city. Hundreds of cities and towns in the US have already enacted some sort of restrictions on the bag. Correspondent Harrison Wagner speaks with Center for Sustainable Living board member Jeanne Leimekuler on the Bloomington effort …

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Interchange – The Best of Andy Mahler: Mick Harrison and Bloomington’s Toxic Waste Problem

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This is the final show of our News Summit Special four-episode series “The Best of Andy Mahler.” For tonight’s episode Mahler talks with Bloomington resident Mick Harrison, one of the nation’s foremost environmental and public interest attorneys representing whistleblowers, environmental advocates, and others who resist corporate and government malfeasance. The two pay special attention to how Westinghouse turned Bloomington into …

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