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ADBI 1128 Sustainability Science (Fall: 4 )


Course Description

Sustainability is the persistence of a system through time. This course examines the essence of sustainability theory and application, agricultural and food production principles and practices, how production impacts local, regional, and global health status, economics and environments, and how sustainable practices benefit poor and wealthy nations. Dynamic and innovative scientific advances, and the rediscovery of traditional farming and energy practices are transforming the ways in which we meet basic human needs as well as how we preserve and renew the planet's life support systems. Other topics include: climate and global environments, trends in organic and local food sources, the debate over food crops versus fuel crops and access to safe water. Examines selected strategies and initiatives that promote a sustainable global community.


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Last Updated: 05-Jan-17