Are you a Johns Hopkins faculty, instructor or staff researcher?

E²SHI supports Johns Hopkins faculty, instructors and staff researchers interested in pursuing research and teaching activities related to environment and energy. We provide support in several ways:

  • Assistance in identifying other experts at Johns Hopkins for potential collaborations.
  • Advice, and if appropriate, assistance with developing proposals.
  • Proposal submission services to foster interdisciplinary collaboration across Johns Hopkins.
  • Working groups on strategic areas, such as biofuels, climate and global food supplies, behavioral interventions for waste management, energy and air quality, and urban sustainability.
  • A Researchers Directory to help other researchers internally as well as external audiences to find experts on environment and energy related topics at Johns Hopkins.

To learn more and/or how to get involved, contact E²SHI Director Ben Hobbs

    Hopkins faculty at the reception following the 4th Annual E²SHI Symposium held April 25, 2014.
    Photo credit: Brett Brodsky  

Now I truly believe that we in this generation must come to terms with nature, and I think we're challenged, as mankind has never been challenged before, to prove our maturity and our mastery, not of nature but of ourselves.
— Rachel Carson, Author, Silent Spring