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EU/ENVS 1011 3.00   An introduction to Sustainable Food Systems: Eating our way to a better world

Course Description:

Through a Canadian lens, the course introduces students to the problems of our global food system, and the opportunities to improve it. Using many analytical frameworks and concepts from different disciplines, students examine critically the dimensions of a food system that is health promoting and environmentally sustainable and explore transitional strategies to bring them to reality. The course will give students a strong foundation on which to undertake further or specialised learning in Food Studies, a clear and growing interest for students and a priority for the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change.

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Fall/Winter 2023-2024 Schedule

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