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New UBC Graduate Course: Global Food Security and Sustainability (RMES 500T)
Description: Term 2: Mon 1- 4 pm, AERL 107/108
Date: 23 October 2014
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Source: http://www.ligi.ubc.ca/sites/liu/files/Courses/NavinCourse_Flyer.pdf
Please click here for a course flyer.

If the following questions interest you, this course is for you!

If there is plenty of food grown in the world already, why are many people still hungry? What is better for the environment – eating local food, organic food, or being vegetarian? An increase in food price is worse for the consumer but better for the farmer, so is low food price good in the long run? Does giving people more money improve food security? How do different farming systems (organic, conventional, GM, urban, etc.) compare in terms of food production, environmental footprint, and livelihoods?

New Graduate UBC Course: Global Food Security and Sustainability (RMES 500T)
Term 2: Mon 1- 4 pm, AERL 107/108

If you have questions, please contact the instructor: Prof. Navin Ramankutty, Institute for Resources, Environment, and Sustainability and Liu Institute for Global Issues
navin.ramankutty@ubc.ca

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