This course will relate to food sovereignty, water and shelter as a human rights for all individuals. Topics of world population, poverty and hunger, food supply, crop yield efficiency, water in agriculture, the “green revolution” and more will be discussed during classes in the first half of the semester. Then, each student will make one short presentation related in part to topics previously discussed including old and new approaches to alternative methods of food production for urban areas and homes. Do the excesses of some impact the lives of others in our global community or are all better off today than decades ago?
Course Section: 
11
Season Course Is Offered: 
Fall