Make a Gift to E²SHI

The Johns Hopkins Environment, Energy, Sustainability and Health Institute (E²SHI) is an interdisciplinary research and educational initiative of Johns Hopkins University that seeks to pinpoint causes and health consequences of environmental change and to develop solutions. E²SHI relies on the support of generous individuals, foundations and corporations to engage remarkable researchers and educators from across Johns Hopkins University to:

  1. Advance interdisciplinary scholarship by building teams of engineers, public health experts, and physical and social scientists who understand – and can develop solutions to – environment and energy challenges.

  2. Provide the best scientific evidence to policy makers and managers in order to improve the effectiveness of environmental policies and investments and lower their cost.

  3. Develop interdisciplinary approaches to education that will equip a new generation of engineers, natural and social scientists, and clinicians with the tools and knowledge they need to solve these global problems.

Your tax-deductible donation will support thoughtful, fact-based research and analysis of environment, energy, sustainability and health issues in the United States and internationally. See more information on how contributions can be used.

To make a donation to E²SHI or learn more about the Institute’s plans and needs, contact Ben Hobbs, Director of E²SHI. 

Charles Meneveau, Dennice Gayme, and Ben Hobbs from the Whiting School of Engineering are leading a
multi-institutional team of researchers from around the world to address challenges in wind farm design and
energy production. Photo credit: Will Kirk/ Homewoodphotography.

Not only will atomic power be released, but someday we will harness the rise and fall of the tides and imprison the rays of the sun.
— Thomas Edison