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Indiana considered one of the least ‘green states’

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Indiana is considered to be one of the least “green states” in the United States, according to a study done by the financial website Wallethub.
The study was based on 25 metrics including air quality, energy efficiency, green buildings per capita, and gasoline consumption.
Indiana was ranked 33rd out of the 50 states in the study.
In environmental quality, Indiana was ranked 8th. The state was also tied for second in air quality with Wyoming.
Indiana was also ranked 39th in eco-friendly behaviors and 41st in climate change contributions.

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