With President Daniels' pledge to reduce greenhouse emissions 51% by 2025, Johns Hopkins University is positioned to become an institutional leader in environmental sustainability.
The Sheridan Libraries, with the support of Winston Tabb, Dean of University Libraries and Museums, have already implemented several programs aimed at reducing our own footprint.
Office of Sustainability
Your primary go-to for sustainability questions & ideas
University-wide recycling programs & guidelines
Student Groups & Activities
Active student organizations
Sustainable Hopkins Infrastructure Program (SHIP)
Petition for funding of your green projects
Climate Change Implementation Plan
How the university will cut carbon dioxide emissions in half by 2025
Sustainability Network Newsletter
Join to receive updates on campus-wide greening projects
2010 Sustainability Report
Overview of University-wide inititiatives throughout the year
Live Near Your Work
Financial incentive to buy within the designated geographic footprints of the University
Hopkins Takes Time for Schools
Consider using two paid service days per fiscal year to help green Baltimore City Public Schools
Surplus Property Program
After receiving departmental approval, post unused furniture, technology, etc. for another Hopkins dept or on eBay
Requesting Recycling Bins
Need more bins? The Office of Recycling will deliver them right to your door!