JHU Makes Progress Toward Goals to Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The Johns Hopkins Office of Sustainability released a progress report  in April 2016 detailing the progress the university has made toward its goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 51% by 2025 based on 2007 levels. In 2015, greenhouse gas emissions were down 30% from 2007.

The report includes a snapshot of university and campus-based performance, highlighting specific initiatives implemented by Johns Hopkins divisions to improve energy efficiency and reduce its carbon footprints. In addition to the university's efforts, improvements to the regional electricity grid - which now consumes more natural gas and renewable resources, and less coal - has significantly helped the university reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Read more about the report in the JHU Hub

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