E²SHI’s Annual Symposium on April 3 at 3:30 pm will feature Claudia Ringler, Deputy Division Director of the Environment and Production Technology Division at the International Food Policy Research Institute. Join us for a discussion with Dr. Ringler on research and development for addressing food, energy, and water challenges.
The SAIS Energy, Resources and Environment program invites you to student presentations and expert panel discussion on the technology, environmental impacts and regulations associated with oil recovery techniques used for oil production. To be held Fri, April 28 at 12 pm in Washington, DC. RSVP to attend.
The SAIS Energy, Resources and Environment program presents a discussion on understanding the risks of the nation's electrical grids in the face of natural disasters. To be held Thurs, April 27 at 5 pm in Washington, DC. RSVP to attend.
Join the SAIS Energy, Resources and Environment program and Toyota Motor North America on Thurs, April 27 at 12:30 pm in Washington, DC for students presentations on their findings on highway infrastructure funding. RSVP to attend.
Join the JHU Department of Environmental Health and Engineering for a seminar on Wed, April 26 at 10 am on the Homewood campus. Dr. Yang Zhang from North Carolina State University will discuss modeling projects that integrate research in air pollution, climate change, water-carbon cycle, and human health.
Hosted by the SAIS Energy, Resources and Environment, this Global Leaders Forum will discuss how progress on climate can proceed at the city, state and international levels without support from the US government. To be held Tues, April 25 at 5 pm at the JHU Washington, DC Center. RSVP to attend.
The SAIS Energy, Resources and Environment program hosts a forum in partnership with BP on Mon, April 24 at 5 pm in Washington, DC to discuss technologies, behaviors and the future of transportation. The agenda includes student presentations on the topic, followed by an expert panel discussion. RSVP to attend.
In this lecture hosted by the Berman Institute of Bioethics, Dale Jamieson from New York University will discuss how climate change not only challenges our scientific understanding, but also our ethical systems. To be held Mon, April 24 at 12 pm at the JHU East Baltimore campus.
04/21/17 - 04/23/17
The Smithsonian Institute is hosting an Earth Optimism Summit on April 21-23 in Washington, DC to celebrate a change in focus from problem to solution in the area of global conservation with an unprecedented gathering of thought leaders, scientists, environmentalists, artists, civic leaders and international media. This is a non-Hopkins event
The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Global Women in Leadership presents an all-day conference on Fri, April 21 in Washington, DC to examine the impact of environmental change on women worldwide, and how societies can leverage women's leadership to develop sustainable, adaptive solutions to climate-based challenges. RSVP to attend.
The Johns Hopkins SAIS Global Agriculture Seminar Series invites you to hear Dr. Cynthia Rosenzweig from NASA about the Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project, an international collaborative effort to improve agricultural simulation and to understand climate impacts on the agricultural sector. To be held April 19 at 12:30 pm at the JHU Washington, DC Center. RSVP is required to attend.
Join the Baltimore City Office of Sustainability for its 2017 Sustainability Town Hall on Tues, April 18 from 6 to 8 pm at Humanim. You'll hear a review of the Sustainability Plan Update, share feedback, and more. This is a non-Hopkins event.
Join the JHU Department of Health Policy and Management for a panel discussion on Tues, April 18 at 12:15 pm to discuss challenges for science and environmental policy under the current US presidential administration. To be held at the JHU East Baltimore campus.
Join the JHU Department of Environmental Health and Engineering for a presentation with Melissa Kenney from the University of Maryland on developing climate indicators to systematically report or forecast social and biophysical conditions over time.
JHU Provost Sunil Kumar invites students, faculty, and staff to a panel discussion on Monday, April 17 at 6 pm about divestment of university endowments from fossil fuel companies. To be held at the Homewood campus. RSVP is recommended.