Environmental Health and Engineering

John Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health and Whiting School of Engineering have created a new academic department devoted to tackling environmental issues and their impact on public health.

Read more at The Hub

Tracking trash: Hopkins students propose simple ideas to help make Baltimore's streets cleaner

Get the Story

Prof. Ciaran Harman receives AGU 2016 Early Career Hydrologic Sciences Award

Get the Story

Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Paul Ferraro Shares Appointment between Whiting and Carey

Get the Story

Laura MacDonald: Household Water Treatment (HWT) Research

Providing clean water to vulnerable populations in the developing world is one of the great challenges of the century and is critical to the improvement of health and wellbeing of almost 2 billion people.

Read more here

Julie Shortridge: The Nile, and the Future

Climate change is expected to have dramatic impacts on the water resources sector, and there is increasing concern that some degree of adaptation will be required to ensure sustainable water supply in many regions of the world.

See more here!
Back to top