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In This Climate

May 31, 2022

About a year ago, Senate Bill 389 became law, stripping protections for more than 400,000 acres of Indiana wetlands. In contrast, a recent poll commissioned by Audubon Great Lakes reveals that 94% of Hoosiers believe state leaders should either strengthen or maintain Indiana’s current wetland protections.

So, what can...

May 27, 2022

The 2017 and 2024 solar eclipse paths cross over Carbondale, Illinois, a college town in a largely rural region with the highest poverty rate in the state. For some here, in the midst of intensifying climate change and ongoing environmental racism, this moment between eclipses is an opportunity to focus on...

May 16, 2022

This series of episodes grew out of our January series on year-round local food, in which Stewart from Cedar Valley Permaculture suggested we can meaningfully shift our food system by growing more of our own food.

So how are people making this happen? How are people already coming together to grow both food and new food...

May 4, 2022

Chances are, you've heard the famous call of the loon. In this special release, we introduce the work of Indiana University student Mackenzie Bowlen, who has spent the past semester researching the complex vocalizations of loons.

May 3, 2022

With agriculture accounting for 10 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, it's easy to argue that farmers need to be involved in our work to mitigate and adapt to intensifying climate change. Hot Farm, a new podcast from the Food & Environment Reporting Network hosted by Eve Abrams, travels across the Midwest,...