Generating electricity using gigantic wind turbines is a massive win for green energy. But the huge blades are deadly for migrating Indiana bats and northern long-eared bats.
The Nature Conservancy's energy-efficient Indiana headquarters has been certified with a top energy rating for innovations that include three wind turbines.
The city is guaranteed $7.5 million in savings over 15 years from a $18 million upgrade of city facilities, and the savings are expected to accumulate further.
The land in Brown County will be turned over to the Indiana Division of Forestry.
Indianapolis parking garage operator Denison shuns sexy LED lighting for Fishers supplier’s induction lights.
Work is on schedule for a new headquarters for The Nature Conservancy of Indiana, which includes a variety of first-in-Indianapolis
"green" features. Tour the building
through IBJ’s narrated slideshow.
President Obama is talking up volunteerism, and some not-for-profits are hustling to make sure they reap the benefits of
the high-profile pitch. The Nature Conservancy and Indianapolis-based Kiwanis International were among the first
organizations to announce their support of Obama’s summer service initiative, United We Serve, which kicked off June
22 and runs through Sept. 11.
Through the efforts of The Indianapolis Zoo, the animal conservation world lasers in on Indianapolis every two years —
our community an opportunity to recognize and learn from a hero in science and conservation.
The Nature Conservancy has agreed to buy a blighted industrial property on the eastern edge of downtown to develop a new Indiana
headquarters. The $4.5 million project–which will revitalize or replace the former home of Nemec Heating & Supply Co. at
614 E. Ohio St.–should provide another boost to an area that has been bulking up on development, mainly residential.