Food Systems and Policy

ENP 270
Description: This course examines the reciprocal impacts of food production, distribution and consumption on environmental issues from a local, regional and global perspective. Utilizing basic systems theory as an investigative tool, students will identify leverage points of action and explore the various challenges in creating a more sustainable, socially responsible and ecologically centered food system. Special emphasis will be placed upon issues located at the intersection of environmental and food policy platforms.

Prerequisite: None

Not Offered This Semester

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