SIT/IHP: Rethinking Food Security: Agriculture, People
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SIT/IHP: Rethinking Food Security: Agriculture, People

Study how the dynamics of food production, distribution, and provisioning are affected by population growth, rapid urbanization, and globalization, and which responses offer the most promise for sustainable food futures at local, national, and global levels.

Key Questions:
-How will we feed and nourish nine billion people by 2050 and do so while sustaining the agricultural livelihoods of nearly one billion people?
-How will we conserve our natural environments and the green infrastructure we rely on and empower local communities to determine their own food sustainability futures?
-How will we confront questions about biodiversity and genetically modified crops, land rights and corruption, environmental degradation and conflict, and natural disasters and resilience?
-How do global factors like industrialization, changing agricultural conditions, technological innovation, and rapid urbanization factor into food security challenges and opportunities?

Locations
North America » United States of America » San Francisco
Program Type
Provider
Subject Areas
Agriculture
Food Science and Nutrition
Social Sciences
Sociology
Degree Level
Bachelors
Timeframe
Fall
Spring
Accommodation
Host Family
Language
English
Steps
Online Application
Starting Price
$0.00
Currency
USD

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SIT has been providing immersive, field-based study abroad programs for undergraduates for more than 50 years. SIT offers more than 70 programs in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East, as well as comparative programs in multiple locations. In addition to

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