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Dining
Pick a winner in 'Meatless Madness' bracket
Published Feb 17, 2020
Vegetarian and vegan dishes face off head-to-head in Instagram poll to determine which item gets added to Hopkins' Dining menus for the rest of the semester
Wave energy
Published Winter 2019
Ocean waves—from violent thrashes to gentle swells—could be harnessed as a form of alternative energy / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Idea Lab
11 projects receive Idea Lab funding
Published Dec 5, 2019
University community votes to fund 11 projects that support diversity, sustainability, and Ten by Twenty goals
Sustainability
University makes a major commitment to solar power
Published April 22, 2019
Through agreement with Constellation, Hopkins will meet roughly two-thirds of its overall energy needs with solar power—the largest commitment to solar energy in Maryland
Sip, sip hooray
Say so long to plastic straws
Published June 5, 2018
Fresh Food Café, Nolan's have already eliminated plastic straws, with others at Homewood to follow suit
Earth week
Champions of sustainability honored
Published April 19, 2018 Photos
Office of Sustainability's Green Blue Awards celebrates efforts to create sustainability-related dialogue and action
Sustainability
JHU to divest holdings in thermal coal
Published Dec 12, 2017
Board votes to eliminate investments in fossil fuel that contributes more climate-changing greenhouse gases per unit of electricity than any other
Going green
Malone Hall receives LEED gold rating
Published Dec 4, 2017
Engineering building recognized for sustainable, energy-efficient design and operations
Race in America
'Time to move on' from exploiting nature
Published Nov 9, 2017
Activist Winona LaDuke says it's time to move toward multicultural democracies and sustainable economies
Al Gore: Students can play 'huge part' in today's climate movement
Published Oct 27, 2017
Students watch follow-up to 'An Inconvenient Truth,' participate in live Q&A with former vice president