Energy Policy and Climate

Energy Policy & Climate Alum Published in an Elsevier Journal

Sarah Olexsak

Sarah Olexsak, a 2012 graduate of the MS in Energy Policy and Climate (EPC) program, recently published, “The electricity impacts of Earth Hour: An international comparative analysis of energy-saving behavior” in Energy Research & Social Science. Like many EPC students, Ms. Olexsak chose this degree program as an avenue to fine tune her technical skills read more…

EPC Students Published in Journal of Science Policy & Governance

EPC Students Publish

The MS in Energy Policy and Climate (EPC) program culminates with the Capstone Project which brings together the science, technological, law and policy knowledge learned during a student’s coursework. This experience inspires many students to continue to research and publish in their field of study. Andrew Fishbein and Esmeralda Shpuza are two recent examples of read more…

Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins Publishes Book Chapter

Antoinette WinklerPrins

Dr. Antoinette WinklerPrins, Director for Environmental Programs, recently published a chapter in The Soil Underfoot: Infinite Possibilities for a Finite Resource edited by G. Jock Churchman and Edward R. Landa. Titled “Terra Preta: The Mysterious Soils of the Amazon”, Dr. WinklerPrins’ chapter explores Terra Preta (black earth) soils and the future of the Amazon region. read more…

2014 Krieger Graduate Ceremony Summary

Shield Krieger

On Friday, May 23 the sun was shining on Homewood Field as 350 Krieger School of Arts and Sciences doctoral, master’s and certificate graduates walked across the stage during the 2014 Krieger School of Arts and Sciences graduation ceremony. The graduate procession was led by Dr. Memi Miscally and Dr. Susan Allen. As the graduates read more…

In honor of Earth Day, Environmental Program Director Bikes to Work

Earth Day - Bike Commute

What have you done to commemorate Earth Day 2014? To acknowledge Earth Day 2014 Antoinette WinklerPrins, Program Director for the Environmental Programs here at AAP, biked to work at the Johns Hopkins Washington, DC Center campus from her home in Arlington, VA. An avid bicyclist, she usually uses a mixture of bike and public transit read more…

Energy Policy & Climate Program Cited Among the Top “Colleges Saving the Planet”

The Energy Policy & Climate Program was recently named among the top university programs producing top graduates armed for the environmental challenges ahead. Compiled by the Online College Database, the honorees list featured universities from across the country. Programs named included Environmental Studies programs, Law programs, Science programs and more, illustrating the broad range of read more…