Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard’s Powerful Response.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society (Politics, Active Citizenship, Social Good) Z ADMIN Enlightened Society Featured Today #boycottindian discrimination Indiana Indianapolis LGBT senate bill 101 A huge backlash has directly followed Indiana''s signing of a Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Big Clean Air Victory in Indianapolis

Sierra Club Compass

"Harding Street is the largest single source of industrial pollution, sulfur dioxide, soot, and carbon in our city," says Megan Anderson, an Indianapolis-based organizer with the Sierra Club's Beyond Coal campaign.

Hot Dog Billboard Making Waves at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Eccorazzi

A hot dog billboard is causing a wave of controversy at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The Mayor of Indianapolis Is Electrifying his City

Sierra Club Compass

Another pleasant surprise at the EDTA conference for me was learning about Indianapolis and Paris. One of the conference's most powerful speakers was Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard. "The Next year’s EDTA conference will be in, you guessed it, Indianapolis.

Coal Madness: Clean Energy Showcase Mobilizes Grassroots in Indianapolis

Sierra Club Compass

Indianapolis families gathered for a "Clean Energy Showcase" at The Nature Conservancy earlier this month for a focused look into the city's energy future.

Six Finalists for the 2012 Indianapolis Prize

Celsias

Six of animal conservation’s best have been selected as finalists for the 2012 Indianapolis Prize, the world’s leading award for animal conservation. It's always great to read of the amazing things that people are doing around the world- hence the story below is one we wanted to share. Selected from a group of 29 outstanding nominees, the finalists are Steven C. Amstrup, Ph.D., Markus Borner, Ph.D., Rodney Jackson, Ph.D., Carl Jones, Ph.D., Russell A. Mittermeier, Ph.D.

Polar Bear Champion Steven Amstrup Awarded 2012 Indianapolis Prize

Celsias

Amstrup, the most influential person working on polar bear conservation today, has been selected from among a group of six outstanding finalists to receive the 2012 Indianapolis Prize – the world’s leading award for animal conservation.

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Angry in Indy: Activists Take On Big Coal's Plan to Raise Rates.

Sierra Club Compass

Big Coal got a rude awakening recently after angry customers and clean-air advocates in Indiana filled a public hearing after Indianapolis Power & Light (IPL) released a proposal to increase rates. Compass. « Automakers Back Call for Fuel Economy Standards | Main.

Pit Bull Alerts Sleeping Deaf Boy to Fire

Eccorazzi

Firefighters were called to a home on the south-side of Indianapolis at Read More The post Pit Bull Alerts Sleeping Deaf Boy to Fire appeared first on Ecorazzi. A 2-year-old pit bull named Ace heroically saved his deaf owner on Wednesday during a frightening house fire.

The NFL Goes Green… Slowly

Green Life Smart Life

Indianapolis Colts : The Colts and Budweiser are encouraging fans to recycle on game days in order to raise money for an unnamed “local environment-based charity.” With the football season upon us, I decided to check out the green programs of the NFL’s 32 teams. As a lifelong Philadelphia Eagles fan and season-ticket holder, I’ve grown accustomed to the Eagles’ green messaging and programs. They’ve been at it very vocally for a few years now.

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NFL Pro Embraces Vegan Lifestyle for Top Health and Fitness

Eccorazzi

Griff Whalen, the wide receiver for the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, is the latest athlete to adopt a vegan diet for optimal health and fitness results. The 24-year-old, who is the Read More The post NFL Pro Embraces Vegan Lifestyle for Top Health and Fitness appeared first on Ecorazzi. Eats News Top News Vegan Griff Whalen

"Benevolence sends ASU’s Obacha to Final Four"

Environmental Economics

He will be recognized during Saturday’s semifinals in Indianapolis. Ryan Bower, associate sports information director at Appalachian, was invited by Obacha to accompany him to Indianapolis. The best part was when my whole family got into a game by donating four pairs of shoes: Michael Obacha, a starting forward for the Appalachian State basketball team, has made it to the Final Four. His accomplishments on the way there transcend basketball.

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Organic Concessions Will Be Offered at Super Bowl XLVI

Eccorazzi

Three organic chili varieties will be offered at the upcoming Super Bowl in Indianapolis for the first time in history. Read More. Eats News Sports Top News john mellencamp

Would RFK could give this speech in Ferguson, tonight.

Elephant Journal

There were no riots in Indianapolis, that night—though there were across our country. “Violence breeds violence.” ” A speech to pacify the flames of hatred and bring us back together. Please share, tonight, especially. Hear his tears.

And, But, Therefore (SEA meeting mini-debrief)

Environmental Economics

Noonan ,  Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis  " Navigating the Journal Review Process " Will Wheeler ,  U.S. Once again, IMHO , the AERE sessions at the SEA meetings were a big success. AERE sponsored 15 sessions, an all time high.

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Friday Beer Post: We may suck, but at least we're drunk

Environmental Economics

The NFL club is entering its fourth week against the Indianapolis Colts, and in an effort to draw fans to EverBank field they have taken to Twitter to announce: “2 free drinks for next 2 hrs” with a ticket to this Sunday’s game. The winless Jacksonville Jaguars have released their own strategy to increase ticket attendance to this week’s game and prevent a blackout: free beer.

Two visiting assistant professors for Political Economy and Environmental Research (PEER) Initiative

Environmental Economics

The Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) seeks to appoint two visiting assistant professors on the Indianapolis campus as part of its new Political Economy and Environmental Research (PEER) Initiative. Michigan Street, BS 4073 Indianapolis, IN  46202.

Sugarland to Perform Free Concert at Indiana State Fair

Eccorazzi

After the tragic stage collapse in Indianapolis, Sugarland will return to perform a free concert at the end of October. Today, Sugarland announced on Twitter they would be returning to Indiana. “We We will return to Indiana for a free concert at Conseco Fieldhouse on Oct. Get all your info here: [link] #LOVE.” In August, [.]. Causes Entertainment Music People jennifer nettles kristian bush sugarland

Saturday sports post

Environmental Economics

Plus no city wants to feel abandoned, the way Baltimore was in 1984 when the owner of the Colts, Bob Irsay, moved the team to Indianapolis in the middle of the night. Joe Nocera in the NY Times : “The basic story is that all professional leagues try to have fewer teams than the number of locations that would like to have them,” says Roger Noll, a sports economist at Stanford University. That is what monopolists do — contrive scarcity to drive up the price.”

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I know I live in a sports crazy town, but this is surprising to me

Environmental Economics

Indianapolis               54.2/76. Top 10 Metered Markets For Super Bowl XLVII. Baltimore                59.6/83. New Orleans             57.1/77.

Electric cars for city dwellers?

Sierra Club Compass

This week in Indianapolis, where the Electric Drive Transportation Association held its annual conference , Mayor Greg Ballard announced a major new electric car sharing program. Many city dwellers don''t have cars.

The 11 US Cities with Highest Water /Sewer Charges

Celsias

For instance: Indianapolis, Indiana, business owners were paying 12 percent more for water now compared to 2010. A study of water use in U.S. businesses reveals that the average business district/commercialwater user saw water rates rise 5.5 percent in 2011 when compared to 2010.

Kick Back with a Glass of Vegan Wine: A Review of Pizzolato Moscato

Eco-Vegan Girl

Writer Courtney Rasbach lives in the Indianapolis area where she is a writer and vlogger for SouleJourney by night and a Veterinary Technician and works in Community Outreach talking to the public about animal welfare issues by day. Product review by EvG team member Courtney Rasbach.

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Paleo Vegan…An Oxymoron Or Not?

Eco-Vegan Girl

Writer Courtney Rasbach lives in the Indianapolis area where she is a writer and vlogger for SouleJourney by night and a Veterinary Technician and works in Community Outreach talking to the public about animal welfare issues by day.

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Maroon 5 and Train To Donate Profits from Concert to State Fair Remembrance Fund

Eccorazzi

The bands Train and Maroon 5 were scheduled to perform on that stage tonight, but instead are being relocated to the Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. A few days ago a tragedy happened at the Hoosier Lottery Grandstand at the Indiana State Fair.

Public Transit Is a Deciding Factor for Millennials in the Workforce

Green (Living) Review

The survey covered three cities with mature transit systems: Chicago, San Francisco and New York; four cities where transit networks are growing: Minneapolis, Denver, Charlotte and Los Angeles; and three cities making plans to grow their systems: Nashville, Indianapolis and Tampa-St.

Turbo.roo the chihuahua puppy gets a 3D-printed wheelchair

Green Prophet

The breeder gave up the puppy after realizing that he would need a great deal of special care, so a vet in Indianapolis adopted him. Turbo.roo is a sweet little chihuahua who was born with just two front legs.

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David Keeps Winning: 10 Recent Victories That Will Give You Hope for the Planet

Sierra Club Compass

Indianapolis: The city is home to a polluting downtown coal plant, long targeted by community leaders as a source of dangerous air and water pollution. That's the word I repeated over and over this summer, as news rolled in of one clean energy victory after another.

David Keeps Winning: Game-Changing Month for Clean Energy

Sierra Club Compass

" - Indianapolis: The city is home to a polluting downtown coal plant, long targeted by community leaders as a source of dangerous air and water pollution. That's the word I've been repeating over and over this month, as news has rolled in of one clean energy victory after another.

Kick Back with a Glass of Vegan Wine: A Review of Pizzolato Moscato

Eco-Vegan Girl

Writer Courtney Rasbach lives in the Indianapolis area where she is a writer and vlogger for SouleJourney by night and a Veterinary Technician and works in Community Outreach talking to the public about animal welfare issues by day. Product review by EvG team member Courtney Rasbach.

‘Teen Choice Awards’ Going Green with Pedal Power

Eccorazzi

Global Inheritance sets up these “Energy Playgrounds&# at events all over the place, including the Indianapolis 500 and various outdoor concerts, to help everyone be a little greener.

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10 Reasons Why Cities Should Consider Going Car-Free

Icebike

According to one Indiana University study , the value of properties within one block of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail – a converted railway in to protected bicycle and pedestrian path – increased 148 percent after construction – more than doubling in value from 2008 to 2015.

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Woodburing Masonry Heater Education Program Announced for 2012

Green (Living) Review

Classes are currently scheduled for: June 1 – 4, 2012 in Evertt, Washington August 24 -27, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana September 15 – 18, 2012 in Perth, Ontario, Canada St.

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Well-known stores closing in America

Green (Living) Review

Indiana (3): Sears in Anderson; Kmart in Indianapolis and St. by Michael Smith (Veshengro) London, UK, January 2012 : Sears has announced that it is closing many of its own stores and Kmart ones thought the continental USA and this announcement came just around Christmas time just a day or two before the New Year. Florida will be hit the hardest by the closing of Sears and Kmart stores, losing 11, according to a preliminary list of 79 planned closures released Thursday.

Chicago gives green light to "smart" signal system

Green (Living) Review

2012 About the Author : Grady Winston is an avid writer and Internet entrepreneur from Indianapolis. by Grady Winston Although they were built with good intentions, street light signal systems have long drawn the ire of drivers everywhere. Fed up with seeing green lights go to empty streets while traffic backs up behind a never-ending red, many drivers have wondered whether their lives will be perpetually slowed by inefficient traffic signals that can't adjust to changes in traffic.

Dump the Pump – Take Transit to Beat Big Oil

Sierra Club Compass

So far in 2013, IndyGo in Indianapolis has delivered 4.1 By Michael Marx, Beyond Oil Campaign Director.

Why Bike Lanes Make Your Property Prices Skyrocket

Icebike

In fact, one study of homes in and around the Monon bike trail in Indianapolis revealed an 11% increase in the prices of homes with the trail near them. Cycling is fast becoming one of the most popular ways to travel again. More people are cycling to and from work every day.

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Program Created To Track Street-Level Emissions

Eco Friendly Daily

The program has thus far been used in Indianapolis, with Los Angeles and Phoenix currently being worked with. When it comes to a climate change agreement, world leaders have had difficulty agreeing on a path for the future.

A New Measure of Food Deserts

Sightline Daily

In Indianapolis and Oklahoma City, by Walk Score’s reckoning, only one resident out of twenty lives within easy walking distance of a grocery store.

Overwhelming Support for Climate Action at EPA Listening Sessions

Sierra Club Compass

Last week, I rode a bus from Indianapolis to Chicago for one of eleven listening sessions on the carbon pollution standards being proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency.

The Best Complete Streets Policies of 2013

The Green Changemakers

Click here to download the Executive Summary (PDF) Download the report The Best Complete Streets Policies of 2012 In 2012 nearly 130 communities adopted Complete Streets policies, with Indianapolis, IN coming away with the top policy of the year.

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Syngenta Hired Guns Attack New Documentary | PR Watch

PR Watch

Francis Hospital & Health Centers in Indianapolis, and researcher on birth defects linked to atrazine exposure: 317-865-5000. Skip to Main Content Area. Contact Us. News Feeds. Podcasts. Privacy Policy. RSS Feeds. Volunteer. Optional Member Code. Sign up. Reports Lisa Graves. Mary Bottari. Brendan Fischer. Rebekah Wilce. Harriet Rowan. Contributing Writers Beau Hodai. Jill Richardson. Wendell Potter. Will Dooling. Take Action. Latest News. Media Video Archive.

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Complete streets

The Green Changemakers

Communities such as Indianapolis, Charlotte, Savannah, San Francisco, and Denver have created community-based street policies that turn the transportation planning and design process upside-down , acknowledging that the role of streets is to build communities, not the other way around.

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