In an editorial in the Spring 2016 issue of "Epidemic Proportions," Johns Hopkins University Professor Dr. Peter Winch encourages public health to incorporate environmental sustainability into all facets of the field.
Keynote speaker at E²SHI's 6th Annual Symposium on April 6, 2016 stressed the importance of building inclusive, climate-smart resiliency from the ground up by engaging youth, mobilizing communities, and empowering women.
A team at the UCLA Law School’s Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment filed an amici curiae brief on behalf of five electric grid experts, including E²SHI Director Ben Hobbs, in support of the U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan.
Yale, Johns Hopkins to lead new interdisciplinary center that will study power generation trends, public health.
E²SHI Associate Susanna Thon is using her knowledge of nanomaterials to capture solar energy in flexible liquids such as paints or films, and convert it to energy.
In this 2-minute video (with CC), E²SHI Associate Dennice Gayme discusses how the U.S. power system will change as more renewable energy is introduced into the grid.
E²SHI Associate Howard Katz discusses his team's work to develop plastic thermoelectrics - and to improve the technology needed to reliably and affordably turn waste heat into electricity.
E²SHI Associate Tim Mueller answers questions about the future of computational materials science and energy technologies.
Congratulations to E²SHI Associate Charles Meneveau for receiving a grant to study the transport of oil in the Gulf of Mexico.
E²SHI presents its Five Year Report that outlines its work and activities since its launch in 2010 through the 2014-15 academic year. It includes stories of research, education, and community building activities the institute has been supporting at Johns Hopkins University.