Baltimore Green Living Guide
In August of last year, the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future created the Baltimore Green Living Guide to assist students, faculty and staff in living more sustainably in Baltimore – more specifically, in “reducing personal and community reliance on fossil fuels and non-renewable materials.” The guide is divided into seven sections that contain helpful tips on recycling, community supported agriculture, water trails, and composting (to name a few).
Though it’s really geared toward folks who live or work on campus, the guide includes a comprehensive stockpile of grocery stores, restaurants, farms, thrift shops, and other businesses in and around the area that cater to green living. To read the guide, visit the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health web site. And as the guide suggests, it is best viewed online – please consider the environment before printing!