SHIP (Sustainable Hopkins Innovative Projects for students) is an innovative student organization in which students identify, promote, and carry out sustainability initiatives at Johns Hopkins University.
The Blue Jay’s Perch grows flowers and vegetables in a chemical free environment on the property at Johns Hopkins Eastern Campus. Surplus food from the garden is donated to Campus Kitchens who prepares and provides meals for hungry men and women in Baltimore City. The Garden welcomes eager hands to help with gardening.
Real Food Hopkins is a student-run chapter of the national Real Food Challenge movement committed to bringing local, sustainable, humane, and fair food to the Johns Hopkins campus and the surrounding Baltimore area through organizing food advocacy and awareness events, cooperating with the larger food movement, maintaining a sustainable campus garden, and promoting community-based learning about food and where it comes from.
Engineers Without Borders partners with disadvantaged communities to improve their quality of life through implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects.
Alliance for Clean Water works toward the vision of clean water for everyone by providing an outlet for student outreach in Baltimore and promoting the value of clean water.
Campus Kitchens at Johns Hopkins University reduces waste by collecting donations of prepared foods and produce for distribution to the hungry in Baltimore.
Take Back The Tap is a coalition of students, researchers, and staff at Johns Hopkins University that are committed to reducing the university’s consumption of bottled water and transitioning the campus to more affordable, sustainable and convenient sources of drinking water.
Refuel Our Future‘s mission is to protect public health by divesting from fossil fuel companies.
Students for Environmental Action is a group that promotes environmental advocacy, outreach, and awareness on the Homewood campus.
SGA Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee aims to promote sustainable practices on campus and advance the interests of the student body with respect to campus developments and facilities usage.