Energy Policy and Climate

Environmental and GIS Alumni Invited to Audit Fall and Spring Courses

Environmental

Learning never ends! Because learning doesn’t end when you graduate and because we realize that being part of the Hopkins Family is more than just a degree, we want to make sure that alumni are still involved and engaged in the Program. We know our Bluejays are life-long learners, and this is vital in the read more…

Dr. Dan Zachary at TEDxJHUDC

Daniel Zachary

Johns Hopkins Advanced Academics Programs, Carey Business School, and School of Advanced International Studies have collaborated to present a TEDxJHUDC. AAP MS in Energy Policy and Climate Program Director Dan Zachary is one of the featured speakers. Here is a link for more information. Date Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 Time 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM EST read more…

Environmental Sciences and Policy Alum Kacey Wetzel Named Winner of “Leading Women for Maryland’s Future”

Kacey Wetzel

The MS in Environmental Science and Policy alum Kacey Wetzel has been named the winner of the “Leading Women for Maryland’s Future.” Leading Women identifies women who are 40 years old or younger for the tremendous accomplishments they have made so far in their career. They are judged on professional experience, community involvement and a commitment read more…

Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins Publishes New Book

Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins

Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins has just published an exciting new book in the field of Urban Agriculture (UA). The book opens with an introductory chapter (WinklerPrins) defining urban agriculture and discussing how the topic has been differentially treated around the world, comparing and contrasting UA between the Global North and South. Check it out: Global Urban read more…

Dr. Jerry Burgess Met with Senator Ben Cardin

Doctor Jerry Burgess and Senator Ben Cardin

Dr. Jerry Burgess, Director of the Environmental Sciences and Policy program, recently met with Maryland Senator Ben Cardin to discuss species conservation and the endangered species act. Senator Cardin stated his unequivocal support to the environment and articulated how fragile our environment is and how important it is to have assurance and laws to protect our read more…

Terrestrial and Marine Conservation Biology in Maine

Intensive Study – Terrestrial and Marine Conservation Biology (TMCB) in Maine

The MS in Energy Policy and Climate program is pleased to announce plans to teach an in-field class, Intensive Study – Terrestrial and Marine Conservation Biology, home-based at the College of the Atlantic (COA), Bar Harbor, Maine, the field portion of which is scheduled to begin at the end of July 2017. We will spend our read more…

Video of Diana Watts’ “Hero or Villain: Is There a Case for Sustainable Business?”

Diana Watts

EPC-ESP Forum (Speaker Series) Watch a video recording of Diana Watts’ “Hero or Villain: Is There a Case for Sustainable Business?” presentation. Business organizations viewed through the lens of “villain” must be held in check through regulation that constrains the operational activities of (global) value chains. This approach typically relies on mechanisms of standards, certification, audits read more…

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